Where do people migrate?
A Coggle Diagram about Refugees ( regions of dislocation, a refugee is a person who has a well founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion., internally displaced persons(IDPs) are people who have been displaced within their own countries and do no cross international borders as they flee, the U.N. helps ensure that refugees and IDPs are not forcibly returned to homeland were persecution is still happening. when the conditions improve the UNHCR helps return refugees to their homelands. and when a refugee meets the official criteria they become eligible for assistance. asylum is to be grated safety in a certain country.), Regional Migration Flows, global migration flows, Guest Workers (Guest workers are migrants recruited to move to a certain place to work and Europe needed guest workers after WW2 because they lost millions of men during the war. the laws allowed guest workers into Europe to fill the void left by the those who died in the war, but instead the workers stayed because they wanted to/ they were needed.When the need for labor declines, destination governments can squeeze out guest workers. Guest workers are legal, documented migrants. ) and National Migration Flows