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Why People Migrate.

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  • 1. Leandro Ferrería Luciano 4ºB
  • 2. Environmental reasons:
    • The effects of large earthquakes, floods, prolonged droughts, cyclones, tsunamis, epidemics and other natural and social disasters have caused major shifts in human beings throughout the ages.
  • 3. Earthquake Tsunami Drought
  • 4. Cultural reasons:
    • The cultural base of a certain population and educational opportunities are very important factors when deciding which country or place is to migrate. Also, people migrate looking for religions freedom.
  • 5. School in África
  • 6. Economic reasons:
    • Most of those who migrate do so for economic reasons, seeking better living standards. The situation of hunger and misery in many developing countries forces many migrants to risk their lives and to lose it many times.
  • 7. The hunger in the world
  • 8. Political reasons:
    • They deal with cases arising from the political crises that are common in certain countries. Many people who fear persecution and political revenge for impeaching leave a country to move into another. Also, war is a common reason for emigrating.
  • 9. Popular and Revolutionary unemployment against the political persecution .
  • 10.