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Abuse, Germany, asylum seekers, refugee crisis, refugees
Over 2 million refugees have come to Germany over the past few years. When the first wave of refugees arrived, Germany and German authorities were utterly unprepared for the task at hand. As a result, many new arrivals suffered needlessly. Students from South Dakota State University had the opportunity to work with refugees in southern Germany and learn about their plights, their hardships, their perilous trek to Germany, and the problems they faced after their arrival. They also investigated living conditions, support systems, the general treatment by government officials, and conducted interviews to learn about their treacherous journey to Germany. Many of their findings were later confirmed by the media. This article gives insight into life as a refugee in Germany.
Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Science
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European - American Journals
Eckhard Rölz (2021) Grateful To Be There but the Nightmare Continues: Life in a German Refugee Camp, Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.9, No.8, pp.46-54
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