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Helping refugees proves labour of love in Germany as politics pivots
by Lee Mannion
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19 July 2018
On 19 July 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
In the light-flooded reception of a community centre in east Berlin, Syrians -- whose first language is Arabic -- practised German, their conversation occasionally punctuated by laughter as they stumbled over a word or mixed up languages. With an influx of more than 1.6 million asylum seekers into Germany since 2014, mainly from the Middle East and Africa, integration is a hot political issue for Chancellor Angela Merkel ... Hundreds of people have created organizations to help newcomers settle in and build ties, with efforts ranging from sports clubs and music groups that include migrants to recruitment agencies specializing in finding refugees work.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of world peace and culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
'When I came to school here it was difficult because I couldn't speak German well and now I am the best in my class in Maths and English. This was because Back on Track helped me,' [said 13-year-old Masa Zughbi, who left Idlib, a northern Syrian city close to the Turkish border, in 2013, after it was seized by groups opposed to President Bashar al-Assad].
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Global Good News is categorizing this as a positive trend because of the efforts people and organizations are making to help the refugees.
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