Assessing Factors That Influence Europe’s Response to the Emergent Refugee Crisis.
Mbithi, lilian M
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The main aim of the study was to assess the factors that have influenced Europe‟s response to the emergent refugee crisis. The study was guided by the following research objectives; To evaluate the causes of the Refugee Crisis, To assess how Europe has responded to the Crisis, and to determine the issues behind Europe‟s response to the crisis. A descriptive study design was used. The target population for the study comprised of European countries that have been affected by the refugee crisis. The study used secondary data that was collected from published materials. The analysis employed the use of qualitative techniques which includes descriptive presentation. My findings revealed that the problems being faced by European governments due to the present flood in sporadic relocation are critical. However European countries have to build up a lucid arrangement now like never before. Legitimately and ethically, Europe must meet up to establish a more sympathetic and viable reaction. Relocation is seen as an issue instead of an answer crosswise over Europe. Not exclusively does this farthest point the scope of approaches that can be embraced crosswise over Europe, yet it likewise restrains the extent of any EU collaboration with underdeveloped nations.
University of Nairobi
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