Migration

Persecution, motives, factors...etc.

Religious Persecution

A.) China

B.) Christians face erection and discrimination everyday in communist China. China's constitution allows freedom of religion, but only a few faiths are actually allowed and they are entirely protected.

C.) Places that have been migrated to: United States, United Kingdom, Romania.

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Ethnic Persecution

A.) Nigeria


B.) During the 1960s, Nigeria experienced a civil war as the Igbo, a minority ethnic, attempted to gain independence after the massacre of 20,000 of their people. By the end of the war, over a million people had died as a result of war and starvation.

C.) Places that were migrated to: Europe, United States, Spain, Ireland, Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy.

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Environmental Factors

A.) Egypt


B.) Environmental issues in Egypt includes air pollution, water pollution and soil contamination. The formation of dust particles is more characteristic in Egypt than in industrialized countries.

C.) Place that were migrated to: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Jordan, Yemen, Lebanon, Libya, Kuwait.

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Economic Motives

A.) Europe


B.) Six motives: Economic: included the desire to make money, to expand and control foreign trade, to create new markets for products, to acquire raw materials and cheap labor.

C.) Places that were migrated to: Africa: Congo, Ethiopia, Libya, Kenya, Somalia.

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Political Factors

A.) Brazil


B.) Low economic growth, competitive deficit of the industrial sector, aspiration for active role and international recognition.

C.) Places that were migrated to: USA, Paraguay, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, France, Surinam.

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Forced Migration

A.) France


B.) The French turned to forced migration to the colonies when they were experiencing a problem populating their colonies in the New World throughout the seventeen and the beginning of the eighteenth century. Convicts began to be sent to the French West Indies in the 1680s. In addition, orphan girls and even children banished by their parents were sent to the West Indies to help increase the French population.

C.) Place that were migrated to: West Indies, Cayenne, Quebec, North America.

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