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The world just LOVES moving places especially IN RECENT DAYS. You might have heard of the imigration crisis that north African countries and middle eastern countries are trying to live in Europe (mainly the UK).

We move houses;

Footbalers move clubs;

We move to different countries during holidays;

We move just to shop.

So we're always moving. I wonder if the Rohingya are moving? Find out below.

Right now the Rohingya are fleeing from Myanmar. The Military from Myanmar set fire to thier homes. Now they are in Bangladesh where they're in refugee camps. There isn't alot of food, and few are cpoing. Some people have children with them, so they need the food, but people fight for food which leave others hungry and leave the lucky people who get food rejoicing, but not for long.

People are taking another risk as they are trying to escape Bangledesh because of how poor the country is and the sicknesses spreading. They already have walked the life - changing, waters that attept to assasinate the weak. That could happen.

So migration is a worldwide problem, so we need to stop it to bring peace to the world that we need for a better future.

PLEASE comment.

Comments (2)

  • Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC 16 Oct 2018

    You write 'immigration is a worldwide problem, so we need to stop it to bring peace to the world that we need for a better future" and you've given an example of the strain on Bangladesh having a large number of refugees. Well done for using real examples to frame your opinions. Refugees are a special group of people who move because they have to for their safety. You also describe other reasons to move like for jobs.

    What are the other arguments in this debate? Some people think migration is a good thing. What reasons might they give?

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  • St-Josephs-Northfleet-logo-250x250.jpg energetic_conversation
    St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Northfleet 18 Oct 2018

    I think a good reason for migration a person could give might be that it could be a chance for charities to start 'helping' the world by aiding, the people who are migrating, by giving them things like food and a place to sleep. It could be a bit like how the Rohingya are being helped by the UN. More people across the globe would fill proud of themselves by giving money to the charities. Of course, there are many other reasons for why people would like migration that I'd be interested to hear!

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