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Children of refugees should be taken into foster care while the families are being held in camps.

Asked by: Mr_K
  • Yes they should

    If these children, instead of being raised by morally insane Muslim parents, are raised by moral, American peoples, they won't be so evil as their parents. Look at the doctrines they will adopt if they are raised by Muslims, then tell me, would you leave YOUR kid to b raised by Muslims?
    Unholy Qur'an 4:34 says you can beat your wife.
    Unholy Qur'an 2:223 says you can rape your wife.
    Unholy Qur'an 9:111 says you can kill "infidels."

  • Children's development is at risk in detention centres

    Refugee camps are not equipped to accommodate children. This was discovered by Peer, DeCosta, and Adams, respected doctors specialising in paediatrics, in 2013 when they investigated the Darwin detention facility in Australia. They wrote "The immigration detention regime does not keep children safe and presents significant risks to their ongoing well being." They commented on the lack of medical and educational facilities, both vitally important to child welfare. Considering the current setup of these camps and long-term damage being caused, it is clear that the children should be removed from this environment.

    Posted by: Mr_K
  • A better life for the children

    It is unfortunate that better care is not taken to create an environment of safety in refugee camps and to provide adequate resources for childhood education. But since that is the case then the children should be placed into foster care to take them out of that environment. When their parents are cleared to move out of the camps into their new country or are returned home after the situation has stopped then they can have their children back.

  • Children will have better living conditions in foster camps.

    Although it is true that growing up with their families may have positive psychological influence on the children, the living environment is hostile. The poor sanitation, lack of water supply along with a range of different problems within the refugee camps suggests it would be in the children’s favor to live in a more friendly environment such as froster home. Study suggests that young children barely suffers from leaving their blood-parents as it’s easier for them to accept a brand new environment. This indicates that there is basically no up-side for the new-born babies or young children to stay with their parents in the detention camps. In addition, the environment that baby grow up with has long lasting impacts to their future lives, as series killers always suffered from childhood miseries. This highlights the importance to send the children to a friendly environment rather than detention camps, such as froster homes. Furthermore, education becomes more and more necessary in this increasing competitive world, which suggests it’s more than necessary for the young refugee’s children to receive decent education in order to break the existing poverty cycle, not pass the pain or problems to the next generation. Thus, I believe that it’s better and necessary to send refugee’s children to froster homes, although this might break up the family-ties.

  • The children should not be taken

    For this situation, I don't agree with that the kids from refugees should be taken apart from their parents or family to the foster care. Firstly the family is in a bad situation, maybe there are wars or disasters, so the people have the physical damage already, to take the children away from the family could cause the emotional damage to them. Especially to the children, being apart from the families when facing this bad situation is really not a good solution. Secondly taking the children from the refugees to the foster care is a huge pressure to the government.

  • Children should live a better life

    "People have more respect for criminals in this country than those seeking asylum." Said by Mohsen Soltany, who lived in an Austrilian dentention camp for 4 years. All children are innocent. They shouldn't suffer the pain of war which is caused by other adults. Children of refugees are brought to another country by their parents therefore they should have right to live in a fair condition. Detention camps are not a good place for education of children. The environment there are fulled of negativy effects. No one want to send their children to a place that have no enough ability to teach kids. However the foster care has facilities of educating and can lead children to better life. This better life not only mean in physical way but also in moral way. After consideration, children of refugees shouldn't live in such a "hell" and be educated there. All children should have a better life no metter they are refugees or not.

  • Staying with their own family is good for children's psychological development.

    Although the living condition in the refugee camp may not be ideal, children can have sense of belonging with their family around. After suffering tragic, it's even worse to send these children away and live in completely different environment. Research shows that foster children feel unsafe when they are moving to a new environment and all of them miss home. In my opinion, let children stay with their own family would be good for their mental health after horror.

  • Child trauma, Parental dilemma.

    Although the situation is rough and it isn't easy for a lot of refugees around the world, splitting up them from their children would damage both ends of the emotional bond they have, only adding more strain from the hellish environment they escaped from. Once refugees are accepted into a Country, if they are accepted depending how they went about or where they came from, then they should be somewhat entitled to what others receive in terms for their children. Considering educational facilities for the public isn't exactly something that's been around a long time, I'm sure they'll develop better than they would have if they stayed wherever they were.

    Posted by: pH-7
  • Parents are the closest people for children.

    Although children stay with families in the camp suffer poor living conditions and cannot get enough food and water, they feel safe while their parents are there. Growing up without parents is incomplete for children’s lives. Foster care provides better education and facilities for them, however, children cannot share their feelings about the world with families even they may think life is meaningless.

  • Parents are the closest people for children.

    Although children stay with families in the camp suffer poor living conditions and cannot get enough food and water, they feel safe while their parents are there. Growing up without parents is incomplete for children’s lives. Foster care provides better education and facilities for them, however, children cannot share their feelings about the world with families even they may think life is meaningless.

  • It would be awful for them

    It is already a disaster for the children to went through the war and others. If Children are separated with them parents, they would not have a happy childhood. In the further, they may have some psychological problems as they do not receive enough of careless and love from their parents.

  • It would be awful to separate them

    It is already a disaster for the children to went through the war and others. If Children are separated with them parents, they would not have a happy childhood. In the further, they may have some psychological problems as they do not receive enough of careless and love from their parents.

  • Children's and their parents' feeling should be considered.

    It is not suitable to simply takes children away from their own family without considering their feelings. According to the research, children who leave their family members at a young age will have more emotion problems than those who experienced family love, because some foster care family do not treat the child well therefore the child is likely to be ignored or even abused. Only living in a loving family can help children to build up right world view and also, having good personalities. In my opinion, families are essential to a child's growth and they are not meant to be separated even though the condition is terrible, so it is not wise to just send all children to foster care while their families are in refugee camps.

  • Too much refugee

    There are too much refugees that we can not help all of them. In my opinion, I would like to choose some potential refugees and help them. Because we can not stress someone to share their money and sometime, that may cause some of refugees feel relax and can not be independent anymore.

  • The children should not be taken

    For this situation, I don't agree with that the kids from refugees should be taken apart from their parents or family to the foster care. Firstly the family is in a bad situation, maybe there are wars or disasters, so the people have the physical damage already, to take the children away from the family could cause the emotional damage to them. Especially to the children, being apart from the families when facing this bad situation is really not a good solution. Secondly taking the children from the refugees to the foster care is a huge pressure to the government.

  • I don't know

    I think we should ask themselves or do further research about which of the situation does more negative effect to the children. We can never know what exactly a person is thinking since we only know a tiny bit about our brains. Therefore we should think more before we actually do anything.

    Posted by: csma

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Sciguy says2016-02-02T22:59:58.327
I say this. Keep them all out of the United States in general, those from the middle east and other war torn areas of course..... I'm talking about thee Muslim population.