The immigration policies of individual countries often make global news. Take a look at some of these recent examples.
Many asylum seekers need financial support.
In Germany more cities are moving towards a card-based system for support, rather than bank payments. This is to prevent asylum seekers from transferring the money to others, such as relatives in their country of origin.
President Joe Biden of America tried to pass a new agreement that says the borders can be shut down if too many migrants are trying to enter the country.
This would mean the number of asylum seekers allowed to enter the country would be reduced to a minimum.
After Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, Poland offered Ukrainian refugees temporary protection.
This included education for children and healthcare - and some people could also request housing.
We want to hear what you think.
Which of these policies feel fair? And which feel unfair? Why?
Challenge: who might think differently to you? Why?
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