Components: Vetting & Stakeholders

The most critical factor in the resettlement procedure is the vetting process. The importance of the initial vetting procedure is often crudely underestimated.

In the best of worlds, vetting should be used to pair genuine refugees with a welcoming host-country after a comprehensive examination. We claim that this process as it works today, carried out by the UNHCR, is not handled in a sufficiently substantiated manner. An in-depth analysis of UNHCR and functions around their support to refugees should therefore be accomplished.


Stakeholder 1: The Refugee

In 2016, the official number of refugees worldwide due to war and persecution was app 70,000,000. Refugees are not homogenous groups. The Middle East disaster has clearly shown that the millions of refugees have various reasons for their relocation.

In this project, we have a special interest in analyzing the refugee situation and administration in Middle East, East Asia and East Africa.

The people who become the first victims of maltreatment (bad vetting) are those we describe as the real refugees.

The world-wide organization Open Doors claim that 80 million Christians are exposed to persecution, and that the absolute majority of these people live in Islamic territories.


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