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Transcript of Personal mang
The European Refugee Crisis
2 Sep 2015
A Wednesday Morning on a Turkey Beach
Government tries to oppress the Arab Spring movement in Syria
The protesters formed the Free Syrian Army starting a civil war
ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) joined the fight in the North-Eastern part of Syria
Up till this September, more than 250,000 people died in the war and 30,000 are children like Aylan
His name is Aylan Kurdi
There are more than 500,000 registered Syrian refugees according to the UNHCR
What was he running from?
Where are they running to?
Should the Schengen/European countries accept the refugees?
Can the countries take in more refugees?
Lai Hiu Tung, Kinsey
Pang Wing Chit Joseph
Wong Chun Fung Jacky
Wong Pak Hei, Saki
Wong Pui Sze, Co
"This is one of the greatest litmus tests that Europe has ever faced."
-German Chancellor Angela Merkel
one of the 2600+ known Syrian refugees who died crossing the Mediterranean Sea by early September
Numbers are often underestimated
How different are syrians and europeans?
Influenced by the Muslim laws,
men have alot and legal control of their wives
women do not have the same rights as men
rights of women could not be less than men
some feminists even thinks that they are more superior than men
Difference bring change!
Not to Stay?
Force Field Analysis
Illustrates the abstract concept of stress as a force field figuratively
Help communicate the reasoning behind the decision
Helps making a decision by analyzing
the forces for
Force Field Analysis
Uncertainties & Danger
Living as an illegal immigrant/refugee
Giving up local assets
The challenge to fit in the new environment
Future of the children
Lost confidence in Syrian politicians
Sources of Stress
(Whetten & Cameron, 2005)
Syria citizen vs. Family member
Go back home vs. Stay in foreign counties
Rapid change of living environment
Unfavorable living conditions
Discrimination , cultural differences, no privileges as a refugee
Treated poorly, human meatball
Cannot get abode approval, cannot reunite with family
Doesn't End Here
Managing the stress
(Whetten and Cameron, 2002)
Maybe seek help from the UN to manage the Syria civil war?
Increase resilience to stressors!
Temporarily cope with it!
Develop Syrian refugee’s network and arrange social events daily/weekly
Pray to God, find help from others, take up hobbies
Should European countries take in the Syrian refugees?
Germany, France, UK etc.
Hungary, Romania, Slovak etc.
Pushing EU countries to set up compulsory quotas to tackle refugee crisis
Proposed a scheme about “permanent and binding”
Brought refugees directly from Syria to control the quota
Blames the members of EU especially those who are members of Schengen treaty, not being able, or not being ready to keep their word
Builds border fences that diverted the flow of refugees to other nations
Accused Croatia for violating their sovereignty, because of Croatia has been sending the Muslim refugees with public transports to their joint boarders
"Not on the route anymore"
Believes that everyone has their own talent
(e.g. compulsory education)
Europeans cherish individual's freedom and rights
(e.g. gay marriage)
People mainly obeys the religious leaders
A nation proud with a history of being united by Islam
Values the law too but not as strict emotionally attached to the law compared to Syrians