The movement of people has featured throughout human history;The adverse effect on health of both the violent policing of borders, and the exclusion of vulnerable groups once they have crossed such borders, is a matter of grave global health significance. Europe's ongoing refugee crisis and the under-reported injustices endured by other crisis-affected communities worldwide, are indicative of a system of global governance that does not place equal value on human life. In a world in which capital and commodities flow more freely than compassion and humanity, a fundamental friction exists between the expression of solidarity and the protection and promotion of sovereign interests.
Most countries, have strict requirement for people ho ant to move there. They only give a certain number of people permission to come, so they often have a system to decide ho to choose.
I Think that this problem should be analyzed on some aspects; for example : evaluate why some people decide to leave their country of origin, if they have a family in their country, what job they can do, their education and school level, and how hold they are.
If i work for the Visa office applications, I would to choose who has obtained excellent work and study results to improve the performance of some sectors in my country taking advantage of the skills of the subject in question. But, i would to choose also who haven't particular job skills and just want to improve his living conditions.
The best way to ensure that refugees do not jump dangerously from one European country to another is not to build enclosure walls, which encourages more dangerous forms of human trafficking, but to ensure that the management of asylum applications is high level throughout Europe, granting refugees the same rights.
My favorite sentence was given by one of the refugees, a less fortunate boy with a closed future: "I am not dangerous, I am in danger".