Refugees

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Children of Refugees in US – They fare better than children of other immigrants research finds

There are reasons to believe that refugees’ children may be particularly vulnerable to poor developmental and academic outcomes, given that their parents—and possibly the children themselves—fled violence and persecution, often arriving in the United States with little to no economic resources, social networks, or understanding of the country’s language and culture. For these reasons, one … Continue reading

Refugees in Germany – Only 8 percent find work in the first year

The influx of refugees into Germany is both a boon and a burden for the economy: it needs huge numbers of migrants to rejuvenate an aging workforce, but must financially support many for years until they learn the language and gain qualifications. The country needs about half a million migrants a year until 2050 to … Continue reading

Refugees in Germany – No minimum wage suggest top economic advisers

Berlin’s top economic advisers have recommended suspending the country’s minimum wage requirement to make refugees more attractive to employers. Easing access to the job market will help them integrate quicker, they say.  The German economy is strong enough to stem the costs of the refugee crisis, the country’s economic “wise men” said in their annual … Continue reading

Refugees – Worldwide displacement hits all-time high

Wars, conflict and persecution have forced more people than at any other time since records began to flee their homes and seek refuge and safety elsewhere, according to a new report from the UN refugee agency. UNHCR’s annual Global Trends Report: World at War, released on Thursday (June 18), said that worldwide displacement was at … Continue reading

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