2 edition of Refugee crisis and response found in the catalog.
Refugee crisis and response
World YMCA Workshop on Root Causes of Refugees and Displaced Persons (1991 Bombay, India)
by World Alliance of Young Men"s Christian Associations in Geneva, Switzerland
Written in English
|Contributions||World Alliance of YMCA"s.|
|LC Classifications||HV640 .W67 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||92191841|
The recent deaths of asylum seekers attempting to reach European shores have prompted ongoing calls for action. But, given the scale of the issue, only a comprehensive, global program can go some way to solving the crisis. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) notes that more than , refugees have arrived in Europe by sea so far in And 80% have . One section of the book lays out the case for why everyone should care about the refugee crisis–because of basic human values like empathy, and what it says about a country like the U.S. as a Author: Adele Peters.
Global Refugee Crisis User Review - Book Verdict. Gibney (Five Uneasy Pieces) breaks his subject down into eight chapters, providing a wide-angled yet insightful subject overview, with special attention to nation-specific issues and an entire chapter. This irrational response to the refugee crisis has led some scholars to proclaim, perhaps prematurely, “the end of Europe.” On October 30 th, the International Law Students Association and the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers co-hosted a lecture at the University of Author: Colby Georgsen.
The idea of humanity itself as undergoing a crisis is the starting point of Humanity in Crisis: Ethical and Religious Response to Refugees, a new book authored by Berkley Center Senior Fellow Rev. David Hollenbach, S.J. Hollenbach charts a new ethical and religious framework aimed to inform policy on the current refugee crisis, responsible for seeing the displacement of over 70 million . The Response of the Church. This week I listened to a webinar about the church’s role in the refugee crisis. Gabe Lyons of Q Ideas interviewed Rich Stearns of .
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