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Adrian OTOVESCU, Paykar KARIMI, The impact of Afghan refugees in Europe; integration, asylum system and social enviroment

Adrian OTOVESCU
Assoc. Prof. Ph.D. Habil., Faculty of Letters, University of Craiova, Romania;
E-mail: adiotovescu@gmail.com

Paykar KARIMI
PhD. candidate, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Craiova, Romania;
E-mail: karimi.paykar3@gmail.com

Published on December 17, 2020

Abstract
Afghan refugees have left their homes, jobs, social environment, and relatives due to many problems such aspolitical, tribal and religious issues. Their immigrations arise from the necessity to protect their lives and avoid direct danger of conflict and war. The term “Afghan refugee” may include a variety of diversity where people in same nation ware multi cultures and traditions and make the difference religious in the society. For the internal Afghani problems being, many of these refugees proceed to migrate to Europe to seek better life in terms of safety and security. This migration creates of cultural overlapping and clash; the migrated people find it difficult to integrate within new social and cultural confinements. According to the European Law, there have been many refugees who are restricted by the situation of their countries concerning residential European policy; if the conditions in their country is good, their chance of getting permission to stay in Europe gets less and vice versa. Relationally, this paper is dedicated to pin down the basic characteristics of the Afghani integration; manifesting the positivity and the negativity as well as the obstacles of their integration and economic circumstances.

Keywords
Afghani integration, asylum seekers, European Union, Afghanistan

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