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arab spring

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Claudia Alvarez

on 2 February 2013

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Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP’s), an old TREND:
Was called migration-now is forced migration Ellis Island - 1900’s Arab Spring, Peoples Revolutions…what are they?
Spring: a movement of civilians to bring about democracy

But can there be democracy where there is no education, infrastructures, good governance, strong institutions, law enforcement, civil liberties, human rights, economic stability or development? American Spring-From “Anonymous” IDP’s 1989 - 2011 Countries in the Arab Spring roller coaster:
Mubarak Fell off
Tunisia Fell thru
Qadaffi-got squished
Syria – turn after Iran..?? Refugees and IDP’s
Refugees are people who have crossed an international frontier and are at risk or have been victims of persecution in their country of origin. Internally displaced persons (IDP’s), on the other hand, have not crossed an international frontier, but have also fled their homes. The Refugee When 18 December 2010 – present

Where Arab World (see list of countries)

Why Need for a Regime change, search for Democracy, have free and fair elections and protection of Human rights-Government corruption, Inflation, Unemployment.

Who Authoritarian states and civilians

How Civil disobedience, Civil resistance, Defection, Demonstrations, Online activism, Protest camps, Rebellion, Revolution, Riots, Self-immolations, Strike actions, Uprising, Urban warfare.

What Tunisian President Ben Ali ousted, and government overthrown. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ousted, and government overthrown. Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi killed after a civil war with foreign military intervention, and government overthrown. Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh ousted, and hands power to a national unity government. Syria experiences a full- scale civil war between the government and opposition forces. Civil uprising against the government of Bahrain, despite government changes, Kuwait, Lebanon and Oman implementing government changes in response to protests. Morocco, Jordan implementing constitutional reforms in response to protests . Ongoing protests in Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Mauritania and some other countries.

Deaths 50,000–70,000 estimated to date. WORLD TREND: ARAB SPRING Human Migration ARAB SPRING: where is it?
Arab Nations UNHCR - Global Trends Report 2011 “Occupy” movements -social
“Anonymous” movement -social
Greece Protests – economy
‘’Arab Spring” –socio/economic
ANY OTHERS? Effects on Forced Migration Represents the discontent and pain that younger generations have, against the oppression that prevents them from developing into a democracy. The Protester: Where these two trends meet:

After the end of WWI and WWII where states stop fighting against each other and human rights conflicts at the local level took on a different meaning and extent, creating a new label for displaced migrants: refugees.

These create also other trends: YouTube videos, media (fliers, groups, blogs) supporting the peoples’ revolution. Since it is a social movement, It influences social media. The social movement creates the protester, that is the voice of the refugee. Hamdan bin Zayed reiterates UAE's commitment to help refugees worldwide World Vision Agencies that deal with IDP’s/Refugees When 18 December 2010 – present

Where Arab World (see list of countries)

Why Need for a Regime change, search for Democracy, have free and fair elections and protection of Human rights-Government corruption, Inflation, Unemployment.

Who Authoritarian states and civilians

How Civil disobedience, Civil resistance, Defection, Demonstrations, Online activism, Protest camps, Rebellion, Revolution, Riots, Self-immolations, Strike actions, Uprising, Urban warfare.

What Tunisian President Ben Ali ousted, and government overthrown. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ousted, and government overthrown. Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi killed after a civil war with foreign military intervention, and government overthrown. Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh ousted, and hands power to a national unity government. Syria experiences a full- scale civil war between the government and opposition forces. Civil uprising against the government of Bahrain, despite government changes, Kuwait, Lebanon and Oman implementing government changes in response to protests. Morocco, Jordan implementing constitutional reforms in response to protests . Ongoing protests in Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Mauritania and some other countries.

Deaths 50,000–70,000 estimated to date. WORLD TREND: ARAB SPRING “Occupy” movements -social
“Anonymous” movement -social
Greece Protests – economy
‘’Arab Spring” –socio/economic

ANY OTHERS? Trends of Revolution:
Effects on Forced Migration Represents the discontent and pain that younger generations have, against the oppression that prevents them from developing into a democracy. The Protester: Refugees and IDP’s
Refugees are people who have crossed an international frontier and are at risk or have been victims of persecution in their country of origin. Internally displaced persons (IDP’s), on the other hand, have not crossed an international frontier, but have also fled their homes. The Refugee Countries in the Arab Spring roller coaster:
Mubarak Fell off
Tunisia Fell thru
Qadaffi-got squished
Syria – turn after Iran..?? Where this two trends meet:

After the end of WWI and WWII where states stop fighting against each other and human rights conflicts at the local level took on a different meaning and extent, creating a new label for displaced migrants: refugees.

These create also other trends: YouTube videos, media (fliers, groups, blogs) supporting the peoples’ revolution. Since it is a social movement, It influences social media. The social movement creates the protester, that is the voice f the refugee. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3WTea7yGZg UNHCR - Global Trends Report 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3WTea7yGZg UNHCR - Global Trends Report 2011 IDP’s 1989 - 2011 IDP’s 1989 - 2011 ARAB SPRING-Where is it: Arab Nations American Spring-From “Anonymous” Arab Spring, Peoples Revolutions…what are they?
Spring: a movement of civilians to bring about democracy

But can there be democracy where there is no education, infrastructures, good governance, strong institutions, law enforcement, civil liberties, human rights, economic stability or development? Human Migration Human Migration Ellis Island - 1900’s Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP’s), an old TREND:
Was called migration-now is forced migration Hamdan bin Zayed reiterates UAE's commitment to help refugees worldwide World Vision Agencies that deal with IDP’s/Refugees Trends of Revolution: WHO WHO WHO WHY? Mexico-US Border Immigration Immigration illegal immigration
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