German refugee policy

Algunas verdades sobre el debate en torno a la migración

01.10.2015

Traducido del alemán por Translators for Justice

Fuente: http://www.migazin.de/2015/10/01/die-wahrheiten-der-migrationsdebatte/

¿Por qué son los refugiados siempre hombres? ¿Qué refugiados cuestan más dinero? ¿A quién amenaza realmente la situación actual de los refugiados? Aunque el debate en torno a la migración cambia constantemente, existen algunas verdades que son científicamente irrefutables. Escrito por Dr. Chadi Bahouth

En general es preciso diferenciar a los refugiados con derecho a asilo de los refugiados que huyen o emigran debido a otras razones, es decir, migrantes. Amnistía Internacional Australia se ha unido a la petición de Al Jazeera y por medio de un comunicado ha pedido a las medios de comunicación que diferencien entre “migrantes” y “refugiados”. Además ha advertido de las incorrecciones en el uso de la lengua. (more…)

More Than One Reality: German Newspapers Report Very Differently on German Refugee Policy

6.2.2013
Translated by Translators for Justice
Source: http://www.migazin.de/2014/02/06/deutsche-zeitungen-bilden-die-fluechtlingspolitik-sehr-unterschiedlich-ab/

By Valeska Cordier

Newspapers present the discussion on German refugees in a variety of differing ways. A number of topics and arguments are presented differently and the words of public figures in one media source are almost completely ignored in another.

In months past, the media has reported quite a lot on the rising number of refugees in Europe. In part, the reporting has been about the catastrophic conditions of the refugees’ initial accommodation and unsatisfactory legislation on asylum. The fact that the law on immigration and residency in Germany is about much more than granting immigrants asylum often fades into the background in these reports. In 2012, more than 85,000 refugees living in Germany did not receive asylum and who, for differing reasons, could not be deported. This was due to refugees being were able to stay in Germany legally with a Duldung permit. A Duldung [toleration] is a permit which grants no legal residency status to the individual. However, his or her deportation is suspended. (more…)