A book review Students Name Institution Date A book review on “Cast away: True stories of survival from Europe’s Refugee Crisis” by Charlotte McDonald-Gibson McDonald-Gibson was a correspondent based in Brussels for the independent and TIME. His main stories were mainly about the international affairs. He has talked about the experience of immigrants together with their related families and thus providing an understanding of turmoil in the African sub-Sahara and also the Middle East that drove approximately 1.5 million people and some of them leaving their homes and families behind (Thomas 2003). This paper hereby gives a review on the book “Cast away” where he gave out true stories on how various groups of people survived from the refugee crisis in Europe and also shared some of the immigrants’ experiences. McDonald- Gibson talks of a story of a Muslim from Nigeria who in a group of other five refugees refuge. It is so surprising to find a nation mistreating forced immigrants simply because their culture is different from their or because they economy will be strained. In this case it is recommended that countries should have policies in place to address the issues of forced migrants. References Jacobsen K. & Landau L. B. (2003). Researching refugees: some methodological and ethical considerations in social science and forced migration. Geneva: UNHCR. Thomas A. (2003). Why logistics. Forced Migration Review 18(4) 4.Grove N. J. & Zwi A. B. (2006). Our health and theirs: forced migration mothering and public health. Social science & medicine 62(8) 1931-1942.Zolberg A. R. Suhrke A. & Aguayo S. (1992). Escape from violence: Conflict and the refugee crisis in the developing world. Oxford University Press on Demand. Collett E. (2017). Destination: Europe: Managing the Migrant Crisis. Foreign Aff. 96 150. Collett E. (2017). Cast Away: True Stories of Survival From Europe's Refugee Crisis. [...]
Book review of the required textbook (individual assignment): Each student must read “Cast Away: True Stories of Survival from Europe s Refugee Crisis” by Charlotte McDonald-Gibson, and provide their reaction to the book as it relates to social work community practice with diverse populations (to verify some of the information, or to answer some of the questions, you may have to read newspapers and scientific journals, or even visit some of the local agencies to answer the questions effectively).