It is about respect of the individual and for human life itself
Refugees and Migrants:
As a rule, the world’s population of refugees is largely constituted by people fleeing from man-made conflicts or natural disasters.
Nowadays, a small part of the world’s registered refugees flees from natural disasters, however, this number is expected to rise significantly when the effects of global warming or cooling (following geographic zones) with severe weather and the risks of water elevation across the globe, will be coming through. Most recently certain articles and scientific reports have been released saying that a series of violent earthquakes will hit the globe in the next 24 months, caused by the perturbations of the planetary cycle (solar winds) and the modification of the magnetic north pole (also registered in the past) at a time when our planet was very lightly populated.
An even smaller part is officially considered Migrants – this group can also be considered as refugees. Migrants typically fly away from developing countries (third world countries) where the possibility of personal development and the possibility a tolerable standard of living is impossible.