IWB for refugees: United Kingdom

Summary of the national legislation on refugees

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Refugee life in United Kingdom

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The legal process

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Interviews

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Description of what happens if they do not receive the refugee status

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Analysis of how the media depicts the refugees in United Kingdom

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The subjective perspective

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United Kingdomuk

Capital: London
Location: Western Europe
EU-member since 1973
Currency: GBP (Pound sterling)
Population: 63,730,100
GDP: Per capita, current US$ 41,787.5 (2010 – 2014)
Min. wage: 1,378.87 EUR per month (January 2015)
Population under poverty line: 24.8% of the population at risk of poverty or social exclusion

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Adina Loredana Nistor

Adina Nistor

After moving to the Netherlands, I started learning the Dutch language at the university, during a full time course that lasted several months. There I had the opportunity of meeting wonderful people from various corners of the world. Many of them have one thing in common: they are refugees. As we got to know each other better and we became friends, I got to learn more about their personal journeys, their struggles, joys and adjustment to their new life. With their collaboration I started a series of interviews about the refugees in the Netherlands. When I brought this idea forward to the other IWB members, it was met with a lot of enthusiasm. The ideas that followed led to this bigger project that I am now a part of.

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