The path for an effective integration

We know how challenging and difficult an integration process can be for refugees and for immigrants seeking better opportunities. However it’s our responsibility to make this process as easy as possible for them. With more work and effort from the governments we can spread more the immigrants throughout the countries in onder to integrate them to local customs and values instead of building camps and pretending that the problem was solved while nowadays many European cities are suffering from the low birth rate as the years pass, resulting in empty houses and even in the death of entire towns and villages. It’s our time to kill two birds with one stone and help immigrants to build a better and safer life and to help our towns to grow again with the help of our strong and brave brothers.
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Exactly, I only understand the presence of those camps for a limited time like let’s say one week to check the migrants under such a patterns like health, criminal records or to simply ask them where they would like to go. I mean that some of them might already have famillies or friends in the EU so we should not split them up. Besides that it’s our duty to help them accomodate in our community. Free language courses, maybe some labour workshops to rise their qualifications if they do not have any yet. It’s very important to help them beacuse we have to prevent the situation when some closed communities are formed. I think we could even make this a bigger program for all Europeans not only those future ones. I think this would be a huge step in european integration process and would benefit in rise of cultural diversity as well as the rise of tollerance on our continent.

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