A future must be built in which refugees are included in the societies that host them; As they can engage in education and work, they are not only able to be self-reliant but also active contributors to local economies.
Engagement with Social Community
Refugees can engage with the social community in many different ways by the community helps:
- Understanding their cultural background.
- Realizing the language difference.
- Being a part of the organizations that helps refugees.
- Create welcoming schools to teach the refugees the language of the country.
- Providing jobs to the refugees.
- Helping them with their basic needs.
As for refugees, there are also many ways to engage with the social community;
- Learning the language.
- Making relationships with the neighbors.
- Trying to get into schools and universities.
- Getting involved in social life.
Forced Migration and Social Cohesion
A forced Migrant is a person subject to a migratory movement in which an element of coercion exists, including threats to life and livelihood, whether arising from natural or artificial causes (e.g., movements of refugees and internally displaced persons as well as people displaced by natural or environmental disasters, chemical or nuclear disasters, famine or development projects).
And it is related to social cohesion because it is the strength of relationships and the sense of solidarity among members of a community.
And the migrants have to build new relationships with the new community so that they will require social cohesion.
Subjective Safety Within Host Community
Refugees face many issues in the host country with some host communities. Many refugees are coming from disaster areas or war countries. That is why many of them have mental disorders and need to treat for these problems.
Although the refugees faced all kinds of abuse in these areas, we all have to help them and take them off their mental issues. It is both sides’ effort to stand with refugees.
The personal security of refugees is an essential element of international protection. Unless the fundamental rights of refugees as human beings (to life, liberty, and security of person, to freedom from torture, from cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment, from slavery, etc.) are safeguarded, other rights and benefits guaranteed by international instruments and legal principles, as well as by municipal law, are of little use.
Social and Economic Benefits for Host Community
The host community has many benefits from having refugees, these benefits can be social or economic benefits.
There is a misconception that refugees come into a host country and subsist on benefits instead of working. Though not every country allows refugees to work, those who allow this see just how productive refugees are. Often unable to use their credentials in other countries, refugees are known for starting from the ground up, and they are effective at it. If host countries loosen restrictions and allow refugees to expand their job opportunities, it could significantly improve the economies in host countries.
The more people participate in a country’s economy, the better the economy becomes. Economic activity alone is one of the many benefits of taking in refugees. There is an initial investment required when allowing refugees into a country.
- Language classes.
These things cost a significant amount of money to provide, but once refugees are established in their host country, the initial investment pays off.
Being able to work and make money, in general, allows refugees to stimulate the economy of their host country.
Refugees are permitted to work, and enterprise is very good for the economy, much more so than refugees that are not allowed in or not allowed to work.
Trust in Refugees and Organizations
There is an obvious problem between refugees and organizations and the social community.
Many people and refugees don’t trust the organization, whether local or international.
Everyone should help refugees directly without going to a third party. If it is hard to give them direct help, you can ask for trusted organizations that help refugees worldwide, or you can pick the area you want to give your help.
How Do Refugees Affect Their Host Countries?
Refugees affect the host countries by sharing their culture and raising the economy.
What Are the Problems Faced by the Host Country by Giving Shelter to the Refugees?
– Cultural barriers.
– The post-traumatic stress of feeling persecution in their home countries.
– Difficulty seeking mental health treatment.
– An increased likelihood of facing abuse.
How Does Immigration Affect the Host Country?
By being an essential factor of the civil faculties.
How Do Refugees Affect Social Life in Host Communities?
Integration of refugees with the host community can have a positive impact, and the host community’s culture could be more open and wide.