1. Research title: Is Immigration a boon or curse for U.K.?
2. Research Background:
Humans immigrate to one country from another country because of a number of reasons. Sometimes they are forced to immigrate due to conflict or to avoid persecution, while sometimes they simply move for better prospects. Such movement of people in large numbers causes many problems.
Immigration to the UK since 1922 has been mainly from former colonies of the British Empire like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, South Africa, Kenya, Honk Kong. People from these countries immigrated to UK under the British Nationality Law. Many other people immigrated to UK as asylum seekers under the United Nations 1951 Refugee convention. Still some emigrated from the European Union (EU) member countries through one of the EU’s Four Freedoms.
Foreign immigrants arrive at the rate of half a million per year or in other words nearly one immigrant per minute. The net immigration in UK during the year 2008 was 163000. About half the population increase in UK between 1991-2001 census was due to foreign immigration.
The main focus in this proposal will be to consider the economic and social impact of immigration to UK. The various economic benefits to UK will be studied and the social impact on UK’s society will also be analyzed.
The main objective of this proposal is to compare the advantages and disadvantages of immigration to UK and then conclude whether immigration is a boon or curse for UK. I would like to carry out STEP analysis and try to focus on impact of economical and social factors on immigration in UK.
Having seen the huge number of immigrants every year to UK from all over the world and seeing the various problems faced by the local people in UK, it was a known fact that the Blair Government was going to be in trouble. This proposal will provide some recommendations for controlling immigration in UK. This proposal...
...Immigration remains a widely debated issue in the UK, which is not
surprising since the average gross annual inflow of immigrants into the
UK has grown rapidly since the middle of the 1990s. According to the
Office for National Statistics’ (ONS’s) International Passenger Survey
(IPS) (2012), the number of people immigrating to the UK has risen from
around 50,000 per annum at the beginning of the 1990s to 524,000 per
annum, on average, between 2004 and 2011(Mitchell, J. et al., 2011). A
flexible policy of immigration may possibly means increasing ethnic and
religious diversity. Should there be quotas on immigration in the UK?
Opponents may claim that Britain needs millions more immigrants to
reduce strain of ageing population and to stimulate the depressing
economy. However, more immigrants mean more resources
consumption, more competitive job market and crime issues.
The first reason why there ought to be quotas on immigration is that
immigrants can consume more resources like public services and the
welfare system. The National Health Service (NHS) is a significant
service and one of the greatest assets in the UK. The British government
is committed to maintaining the NHS as a generally free service at the
point of delivery and it also committed the principle that everyone should
be able to access health...
Does immigrant labor benefit or impoverish the UK?
Migrants who come to the UK to work affect the country in particular ways. Levels of migration throughout the past 60 years have shown patterns and balances between emigration from the UK and immigration into the UK; such as, between c. 1960 – c. 1990, the number of people emigrating the country outnumbered the number of people coming in, and since 1998, the number of migrants greatly outweighed the number of emigrants (showing a migration figure of over 100,000 every year). This piece of writing will look at the positive and negative outcomes of immigration in the United Kingdom. How the skills of migrants vary and how this effects the UK. Also, factors affected by migration such as the labor market, fiscal (government) effects will be used and discussed which will help bring me to my final conclusion.
The UK labor, or working, market controls the professions and wages of the workers in the country. The impacts of the immigrant workers on the labor market depend solely on the skill of existing workers in the country, the skill of the migrant workers coming into the country and on the characteristics of the host economy. These factors affect research done on the labor market as the research carried out is time-and-place-specific. With the information that is provided to us we have to...
...Health Tourism (Also known as Medical tourism) refers to the act of traveling to a foreign country in order to receive medical care. Varying reports based on the US alone put the number of American patients seeking healthcare abroad between 500,000 to 750,000 in 2007. This is a steady increase from 2006 in which medical experts believed as many as 200,000 to 1/2 a million Americans traveled out of the country for medical procedures. These figures indicate a significant growth in the industry, currently a $20 billion market, which can reach $100 billion by 2012. Governments in places such as India and Malaysia (as well as some others) are already getting involved and investing in this growing industry. The main reasons that people travel to receive medical treatment are: Certain medical services are not available in their country of residence. Their health insurance does not cover the full cost of a procedure. Wait lines are too long. Quality of care is better in a different country. Costs are lower in a different country. (even when factoring in the travel arrangements)
Medical tourism is a growing sector in India. India’s medical tourism sector is expected to experience an annual growth rate of 30%, making it a $2 billion industry by 2015. As medical treatment costs in the developed world balloon - with the United States leading the way - more and more Westerners are finding the prospect of international travel for medical care increasingly appealing. An estimated...
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[pic][pic][pic][pic] Corruption is rampant in our social and political life. Like cancer it is eating into the vitals of the society.Self-serving politicians and their agents and power brokers can stoop to any extent to feather their own nest. No body is free from the needle of suspicion. Corruption seems to rule the roost everywhere. In government offices it percolates from the top to bottom . “You pay the piper and call the tune” or “Money makes the mare go” are the unwritten tents of our administrative – cum – political set up
It seems that the older generation has given the goby to all that was good in India. It is the youth and specially students who have to take cudgels against the demon of the corruption and crush it altogether. A beginning can be made in this direction by holding anti-corruption drives. The ill-effects of corruption in public life should be publicized through inter school declamation and essay writing contests. Students should take a pledge to resist the temptation of using unfair means in the examination .They can also go step further and persuade their friends, relatives and parents to curb this evil at all cost. The dedicated efforts of honest youth are bound to succeed in the long run in demolishing and vanquishing this social evil which has earned us a bad name.
Corruption is a black mark in our Indian economy. It is slowly stopping the growth of our country. The term corruption is in born in the...
...Is media a boon or a curse? Everything in this modern age is powered by media from the moment we wake up until we sleep at night. Have we ever asked ourselves how all of this affects our reasoning, our power to choose and our lifestyle? Since mass media is used to communicate and interact with people from various walks of life, it can often result in a conflict of opinions. The media, specifically in India, represents a convergence of paradoxes: tradition and modernity; anarchy and order; diversity and unity; conflict and cooperation; news and views; feudalism and democracy; the free market and monopoly.
Mass media enjoys a very prominent role in our lives. Therefore, there are various effects of mass media on society at large.
Mass media a boon?
The wide reach offered by mass media is phenomenal. It can target both local and global audience. Over the years, mass media has played an important role in making people understand the meaning of democracy. We also come to know about the strengths and weaknesses of the economy of our country, the various problems faced by the nation, achievements of the nation in different sectors, through the prompt and precise reporting of different forms of media. In a country like ours, where there are many castes, religions and languages spoken, media has even more tough responsibility of conveying the true news to the citizens. Media plays a very important role in shaping the personality of people....
...Since site owners are building their website for earning good income and to develop their business, they are providing lot of unwanted things in their website. So users should have self responsibility when using the internet. They should think about their family values, our Indian culture, about their education and career path. If they start to think about these things, definitely our Science and technology will be of great use.
A knife is common object. The usage of knife depends on the user. If a doctor using the knife, it will save a human life. If a murderer uses the same knife, it will take a human life. So can we blame the knife? Not possible, it all depends on who using the knife.
So, Internet is really a great boon to our country. Some unwanted things results to a great worse. So make use of internet to develop our country by changing illiterates to literate people. Thus we can make our India to be a top country in 2020 as our ex-President Dr. Abdul Khalam wish. We all should work for that and make our country a great India. Hope for the Best!...