Why Do Humans Migrate?
Humans migrate for many different reasons. They could be moving to a new home, weather changes, financial or economic issues... Sometimes they could just be getting out of an area they don't like, searching for better work, healthcare, opportunities...
How Do Humans Create Cultural Mosaics?
Connecting to the Real World
Migration isn't always a choice in some cases. For example, the refugees from Rwanda in the beginning of 1990 were being massacred for who they were. In their case, they had no choice but to abandon their home country due to all the genocide.
Most countries still suffer from natural disasters that had happened years ago. An example of that would be the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and Tsunami in Japan. To this day, people living in that area are still struggling to this day to rebuild the area. The tsunami caused nuclear accidents, primarily the level 7 meltdowns at three reactors in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant complex, and the associated evacuation zones affecting hundreds of thousands of residents. The damage done was so extreme that to this day, there is still fixing and repairing needed. The aftermath of the disaster was both humanitarian crisis and a major economic impact. The lack of food, beverages, shelter, medicine and treatment for survivors, etc... People who either lived in or near the area had moved somewhere else to find new homes, new jobs... new opportunities.