Refugee Integration in Germany

Author:   Pulkit Buttan
Publisher:   GRFDT
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Sincethe advent of the Syrian civil war, many people have been displaced around the world.  Most of them have taken shelter in neighbouring countries including Turkey and Jordan. By 2015, the effects of civil war were being felt beyond the Middle East, especially in Europe. A large number of Syrian refugees crossed the Mediterranean to take shelter in various European countries. However, many of these countries turned inward and shut their doors with Germany keeping open its gates for Syrian refugees and accepting them through adoptingwelcoming policy measures and initiatives to integrate these refugees. The integration of these refugees has significantly impacted Germany’s economy, politics, society and culture. 

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