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Migration, Uncertainty and Transculturalism
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Migration, Uncertainty and Transculturalism

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(October 2016)

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According to the annual displacement report of the United Nations Refugee Agency, almost 60 million people worldwide were forcibly displaced in 2014 due to human right violations, war or persecution. Major source countries of these refugees are primarily the Syrian Arab Republic, Afghanistan and Somalia, which are home to 53 percent of all forcibly displaced people worldwide. The remarkable extend of the raising refugee migration can currently be observed especially in the European Union (EU), where almost 400,000 refugees, mainly from Arabic and Balkan countries, applied for asylum during the first two quarters of 2015. In the same period of time, 38 percent of all asylum applications in the EU accounted for Germany, making the central European country the most desired final destination for the majority of refugees. The latest projections expect up to 800,000 asylum applications for the year 2015 only for Germany which even exceeds the 600,000 applications that reached the EU in total in 2014.

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Transculturality – Leadership, Management and Governance
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Marco Möhrer
Marco Möhrer

ist Doktorand am Leadership Excellence Institute Zeppelin (LEIZ) der Zeppelin Universität und Stipendiat am Wittenberg-Zentrum für Globale Ethik. Seit 2015 Promotion bei Prof. Dr. habil. Josef Wieland.

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