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"Crossing borders - opening doors"
Date du début: 1 juin 2016, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

"Crossing borders - opening doors" is a project, which is held at the Europahaus in Aurich between 26th of August and 3rd of September 2016. Young people from Finland, Germany, Romania, Sweden and Wales gather together to talk about the current refuge situation in Europe. The participants are between 15 and 17 years old, who want show that young people are also interested about politics in Europe and want to influence. The aim of this project is to gather information about the current thematic of refugees. See, what is going on in different European countries concerning refugees and to think, what could young people, as well as European Union, do to help refugees. Lots of propaganda against refugees is spred in internet and social media, where young people are active. Young people should learn to read and think critically, and construct their own opinions, learn to be more open-minded and tolerance. We believe, that refugees should be distributed between the EU countries equally. Each country should take responsibility of the situation according to their capacity. At the moment the southern European countries feel that they are left alone and the east European countries protect theirselves. Dublin 3 - agreement has been dismissed, national interests of the EU member states are becoming more and more the upper hand and the Schengen agreement threatens to fail - all to the detriment of refugees but also to the detriment of the EU. In UK and Wales- the home secretary Theresa May wants to regulate a new law. The immigrants coming from outside of Europe, who want to stay longer than 5 years, should have approximately 35,000 pounds income annually in order to remain in England. In Finland the biggest issue at the moment is sexual harashment of women in public places. New nationalist and populist groups has been founded, like for example "Soldiers of Odin", whose members always wear black jackets and who claim to protect the native Finns from the refugees - especially the women. Sweden takes in most of the refugees in Europe after Germany in relation to their population. The aim is Sweden is to integrate the refurees to the labour market as soon as possible by offering them for example language courses. Thus sweden has started controlling the incomers on the borders. At the same time the problem in Romania is, that nodoby of the refugees want to stay in Romania. The refuge camps are all most empty and the people want rather to go the central Europe, where the richer European countries are. In Germany the pressure of the current government so high, that it can sooner or later also lead to a failure. Against this background, we want to broach:- Causes of migration (unemployment, war, religion, environmental issues, etc.)- What are the positive and the negative aspects of migration.- Perceive migration as an opportunity- What happens in the project partner countries - which sociopolitical debates are there?- Demonizing Islam? What impacts have been caused by the terrorist attacts in France and Denmark?- How can we promote a democratic development?- Refugee policy is more than just policing, surveillance and border protection ..



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