Current refugee restriction is destroying human right. According to UN High Commissioner for Refugees in 2018, With 68.5 million people forcibly displaced worldwide as of the start of this year, fundings by the governments for refugee and other displacement situations has rarely been more pressured. In short, donor funding is falling increasingly behind as the number of forcibly displaced worldwide has grown. In situation after situation we are seeing increases in situations like malnutrition, health facilities being overcrowded, housing and shelters becoming increasingly dilapidated, children either in overcrowded classrooms or doing without school altogether, and growing protection risks because of shortages of personnel to deal with unaccompanied children or victims or sexual violence. The dignity and human rights of refugees are made subordinate to the entrenched interests of the host state.
Loosening refugee restriction will protect and improve human right. According to the news in 2016, Europe’s refugee crisis has created a "huge business opportunity" for human traffickers. In 2015, 95,000 children who sought asylum in Europe were not accompanied by an adult, Sarah Crowe, Unicef’s global spokeswoman on the European refugee and migrant crisis said, these children, because unaccompanied by an adult, are huge targets for traffickers. The number of children on the move in Europe has been rising and children now account for more than one-third of all refugees and migrants. Unregistered children were not covered by any child protection services and so were most vulnerable to violence, abuse and exploitation. If governments can widen the legal routes of entry to protect refugee children, at least thousands of children can be saved from being traded.
The News, April 16, 2016, Child Refugees in Europe Need Protection from Traffickers, http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/112201-Child-refugees-in-Europe-need-protection-from-traffickers DOA: 4-16- 16