By John Bozick
(Athens, Greece) — The Refugee crisis currently plaguing the Greek Isles and large majority of the Mediterranean Coast can only be described in one way, it’s a mess. Even as the migration flow has slowed to around 50 plus people daily, the crisis has put a considerable amount of strain on not only the country of Greece, but also the entire EU.
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By Melissa Deatsch
(Athens, Greece) — As the number of refugees flowing into Greece has lowered from the dramatically high numbers of 2015, the crisis has shifted focus to improving the quality of life of the refugees inevitably stuck in limbo for many months or even years.
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Composed by: John Bozick, Abigaile Kootsillas, and Jessa Vivio
Athens is a diverse city made up of people from different ethnic backgrounds. There is a great deal of diversity, therefore, when it comes to the question of accepting more refugees into a country already in the midst of an economic crisis.
The OU Refugee Reporting team found many people of varying ages, races, and backgrounds who agreed to tackle the question, “Do you think the refugees should should be integrated into Greek society or kept at a distance”.
Here is a look at the responses from these “Humans of Greece:
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