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Spaces and exchanges: what drives people to leave their country in order to live in another country and what difficulties do they face?

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I am going to deal with the notion « Spaces and Exchanges ».

To begin with, I'd like to give a definition of exchange. The different spaces of the world are nowadays more and more connected to each other. The exchanges can appear on many forms: people, trade, information . The immigration is linked to this notion as it implies the motion of legal and illegal people to other countries.

I will present this notion by showing what drives people to leave their country in order to live in another country and what difficulties do they face ?

We will see at first why do refugees choose to leave their countries, then that The United Kingdom is a place of immigration and to finish that the UK is a multicultural country.

First, I will see why do refugees choose leave their countries :

Pull factors :

They go to another country to :

- find a job

- have better living conditions

- because of the healthcare (they want the possibility to be cared by doctors)

- also they want to see their dreams come true

Push factors :

People flee/escape/run away from their homeland because of :

- their poor living conditions / to escape poverty and starvation

- natural disasters (hurricanes, inundations or tsunamis)

- for economic reasons, like crisis

- to escape the war

Some people are asylum seekers whereas others are legal immigrants.

Secondly, I will talk about the UK who is a place of immigration :

Why is the UK seen as a target ?

I am going to talk about immigration to the UK.

Most immigrants come from countries at war.

The reasons why they choose the UK are :

- They can speak english

- They can find a job more easily (some work in the black economy)

- They have relatives (families) in the UK

- They believe that education is more accessible

- They think that accommodation is better

What make the UK a multicultural country ?

The UK is an ethnically diverse country with a lot of different communities which reflect the multiculturalism of Britain. Many British families originally come from overseas. Over the centuries, people have come from all over the world to live there.

To conclude, I think that the choice to emigrate is often justified but it’s sad to have to get to this point. In my opinion, the UK is a good host country, but it’s however necessary to pay attention because everything is not as pink as we could think

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