IWB for refugees: Belgium

Summary of the national legislation on refugees

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Refugee life in Belgium

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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 Belgium

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The subjective perspective

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Belgiumbe

Capital: Brussels
Location: Western Europe
Founder of the European Union
Currency: Euro
Population: 11,161,600
GDP:
Min. wage:
Poverty line:
Population under poverty line:

IWB Researchers forwebsite

Stefan van Laer

“As is for many, the global refugee crisis was always a “faraway problem” to me. This changed when I did my internship at the Permanent Mission of Belgium to the United Nations in New York. I attended several refugee related meetings with shocking and horrifying testimonies from victims and people who work in the field.  Instead of continuing to turn my head the other way, I now want roll up my sleeves and try to turn the tide. The IWB for refugees project is the way to do this.”
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on 21 September 2015

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