Towards diminuishing disadvantages in migration issues in Serbia (from 2015) through proposal of some models
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There are still left approximately 9,000 migrants from the big exodus from Syria in 2015 to Europe on so-called migrant’s rout, from Turkey to Germany and Scandinavia. The focal, central point of this route was at Balkan’s Metropolis - Belgrade. The real, tangible integration of those poor people is of utmost importance for the economic and social broader view of the future Europe. Very few of migrants are getting back, and they strive to reach and be settled in Germany. Never the less, a lot of them are still “stocked” on the route, jobless and hopeless. The useful methods of their integration are the focus of this paper. It is not only physical integration meaning a human right for a roof beneath a head; it is a matter of obtaining human dignity, of getting useful jobs both for migrants and important for the receiving country. We tried to obtain a model / a scenario based upon affordable statistics found “in situ.” Nowadays it became also a matter of safety and security for... both sides: migrants and locals, in order to reach their full cooperation.
Keywords:Migrations / Integration / Multicultural society / Belgrade / Model creation
Source:Conference Proceedings [Elektronski izvor] / 5th international Academic Conference on Places and Technologies, [Belgrade], 2018, 287-299
- Belgrade : University, Faculty of Architecture