Two of the most important things to remember about the refugee crisis in Europe are as follows.
First of all, it will not end automatically: so far this year, 350,000 people have registered on the African continent's borders, more than in 2014.
War and poverty will bring more in the next few years.
Second, Europe has the ability to remove the thorn tail.
Lebanon now has a Syrian refugee population and is facing an emergency.
The total refugee population in the EU is 0.
11%: the panic that erupted in recent weeks stems from years of mismanagement and political inertia, not the size of the task itself.
While Germany and Sweden face the reality, most EU countries have done their best to ignore it and have taken less shelter --
Job seekers have more resources than they do to manage, and while they wait for trial, calmly let thousands of people waste at reception centers in the South.
It's a crisis, but it's not an insurmountable one, in order for immigrants and asylum --
Meet the European ideals as much as possible.
Those refugees who died in transit, either caught up in the civil war in Libya or drowned in the Mediterranean, should not be at risk in the first place.
Under European law, no one has to stand on European land for protection.
The trouble is that there is no place to apply for asylum in Homs, north Africa or any war --
A devastated country that has pushed the tide of immigration. So asylum-
Job seekers applying for EU refugee status can only take risks with human smugglers on the long road to Europe, and then take risks in the asylum court there.
A simpler solution would be to lift air sanctions on airlines across the EU.
At present, a Syrian who goes to the airport and buys a ticket will not be allowed to board the plane.
It is not possible for them to enter the European embassy to obtain a visa because none of their country's embassies are open.
If British Airways Board Syrian airlines without these documents, the company will face a fine from the British government.
Any carrier found to ship economic migrants to the EU without the relevant documents can be sanctioned because airlines cannot know if asylum is
Job seekers will be successful in saying that they make mistakes in a cautious position and confuse all those who do not have documents as "economic immigrants.
This should be the opposite.
This is a tool for the EU to pass on border control responsibility to private companies whose main focus is on their bottom line. Asylum-
Job seekers who can buy tickets, escape from countries considered "unsafe" should be allowed to travel comfortably to Europe by plane or ferry.
This will halve the business of smugglers (
Their service charge is much higher than a ticket or ferry ticket with a basic price of around £ 2,000).
The problem of ending the Dublin agreement and establishing a common European asylum system David Cameron's commitment to receiving 20,000 refugees within five years is more than the relatively insignificant proposed.
As proposed by the prime minister, the UK's unilateral action undermines the progress of the EU's common share or quota asylum system --
Seekers-this is the best solution so far.
There is currently no way for the European Commission to force Member States to register Jean-
Claude Juncker's proposal on Wednesday to split 160,000 refugees
Job seekers across Europe, based on GDP, size and unemployment in recipient countries.
Exercise its option by choice
Britain provides cover for other countries, such as Hungary and Poland.
The more isolated they are, the less chance they will hold on.
At present, six Member States have received asylum --seekers.
Even if everyone of them is led by the political colossus of Angela Merkel, it will be unsustainable.
Given the collapse of the current system, quotas are fair and necessary.
The Dublin agreement ostensibly forced arrivals to seek asylum in the state they first landed in.
Many people now just clenched their fists to avoid being fingerprinted and moving illegally through Europe (
177,000 people arrived in Italy last year and less than half stayed for asylum).
The agreement has been reached.
How can we persuade stubborn Member States to accept quotas?
It could be a diplomatic strength.
Armed forces from Spain, France and Germany won.
If more is needed, consideration should be given to cutting the EU's non-compliance funding, as suggested by Belgium.
More controversial is the possibility of a market in which Member States can trade quotas and pay less.
Any adjustment that ensures that Europe is fully aligned and responsive-other than the total quota reduction-is worth it.
Unity is overwhelming.
There are currently more than 80,000 Syrians living in Za-
The Yali refugee camp was unable to work.
Jordan's rulers are worried about the influx of Syrian workers.
So, as Paul Collier, a development economist, suggested, the EU should foster an economy near large refugee camps-for example, there is an abandoned industrial zone near ZAA --
Atari-helps Syrian businesses build and sell and open access to European markets.
These overseas economies will not cause much disruption to the labor force of the host country.
The governments of Jordan and Turkey, as Colliers have proposed, have also denied this.
4 million Syrian refugee labor rights-can be further alleviated by providing subsidies for each job.
Employed persons will regain some dignity and may be encouraged to stay where they are and prepare for re-employment
If the civil war can end, Isis is under control and enters Syria.
Unemployment is high in many European countries, but that does not mean that economic migrants have no chance of being low.
Skilled agricultural work or professional field.
A plan like the US green card lottery can be set up to provide formal employment for thousands of people.
With safe routes to seek asylum, the risk of death in the Mediterranean will fall, in addition to these official ways of working-morally speaking, europe may be harsh on those who still try to cross by boat, turn back in the sea or slide to arrive immediately.
The European Commission announced this week that it will create a list of "safe countries" in order to make it easier to expel failed asylum countries --
There are no obvious threats to seekers in the country, such as those from the Western Balkans, who have accounted for an astonishing number of asylum applications in Germany this year.
However, something is missing.
A list of "unsafe" countries should also be created, but the effect is the opposite: to speed up aid to Iraq and the urians.
Improved transit rates for asylum failures
The seeker was sent back to his country of origin.
Charter flights are expensive and many member states prefer to turn a blind eye.
The deal is short.
More serious long-term difficulties --term one.
Encourage economic immigrants to try their luck because they know they can stay anyway.
The grievances of the people of Europe are growing, and they need to be convinced that the asylum system is enforceable and sustainable and that work is not threatened by failure to shelter --
Job seekers willing to work for the next jobto-nothing.
So charter more flights and throw the right-
Wing Media ate some red meat in the process.
EU border agency Frontex can provide more help here by working among all member states as a point of contact with the country of origin.
This will eliminate the challenge of each Member State individually promoting "readiness" relations with different countries, such as Nigeria, Sudan and Pakistan. Tie aid to sub-
Sub-Saharan Africa reaccepts its citizens. The low expulsion rate is partly due to mistrust between the EU and African countries of origin, asylum failure
The seeker will be returned. The £1.
The proposed 8bn fund for the provision of compensatory development funds to African countries will repair the relationship to a very small extent.
On the basis of "more", it is very reasonable for aid policies to be used as leverage.
The EU has established development relations with its subsidiaries
The sub-Saharan African countries known as The Kotonu Agreement provide that any citizen from Zambia can be returned without any bureaucratic control --ups.
In reality, more pressure must be applied to maintain it.
Get more people back to sub
In addition, sub-Saharan Africa will also ease the pressure on North African countries, which are often required to recover migrants who have "transitioned" through these countries.
This could in turn help protect a lot-
Re-acceptance agreements with these countries are required.
Migrants in their countries of origin are calling for better information, with a focus on the pain that Europe may be waiting for, and they believe the return on this journey does not match its arduous nature.
While this may sound harsh, it would make sense to ask the returnees to assist in any movement "away from the ward" as a condition for their reintegration assistance.
They will also receive more assistance.
Establish more and better "hot spots" approaches, which are still in the bud at this stage, bringing together all relevant EU agencies and NGOs in one place, usually in Hungary, Greece or Italy
The aim is to speed up asylum applications and work together on criminal issues that are weak or completely overcome by state services.
It is wise to direct EU efforts to the margins of Europe and to combine them together.
It would be wiser to separate the funding of infrastructure from the general funding available to these countries for immigration matters and to increase funding.
Reception and detention centres in Hungary, Greece and Italy have ended
Congestion and inhumanity: So, through the vigilance of EU institutions, more institutions are established to ensure that they operate according to common standards.
When each member state has its own unique court system for the first time, it can be tried correctly, and they are very different in terms of asylum --seekers.
In Italy, there are no professional civil courts dealing with these cases.
On the other hand, Germany has courts specifically for asylum --
For example, seekers from Afghanistan.
There is no viable way to coordinate asylum courts across Europe.
Even the sensible steps to submit an appeal to Europeans --
If it is to be adopted, it will take more than five years for a first-class court to implement it.
However, information can be shared better.
The European Commission should regularly issue updated briefings on countries of origin to advise lawyers and judges on the latest cracks in the world outside its borders.
At the same time, resources should be invested in advance in order to do everything possible to ensure asylum
The seeker got a fair and accurate trial when he first went out.
In the event that the Dublin agreement forced Italy to accept too many cases, the approximately rejected application was dismissed on appeal.
This blocked the court system, and during years of waiting people were often detained, unable to work and increased the economy, before making the right decision
There must be more and better lawyers for the first trial, as well as more language and cultural intermediaries.
No matter where there are people, where there are boats, where there will be smugglers, it is realistic.
Efforts should still be made to stop them, but we are fully aware that they are symptoms of the refugee crisis, not the cause, and will never stop.
When a politician mentions smuggling, it is often because they lack the stomach to provide serious assistance to world migrants.
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