Migration and Integration: Refugees, Rights & Realities
What are the legal, political & human ramifications of the current refugee crisis? How should states deal with the highest number of forcibly displaced people (65 million) since WWII?
What are the forces behind this number? How do international organizations and sovereign state respond to the challenge of millions of displaced persons? And what about the refugees themselves? Are they interested to permanently settle in Europe or are they better off in countries ‘in the region’? How can they, given their diverse backgrounds, be integrated best into European societies?
This interdisciplinary three-week course introduces students to key issues in the legal, (geo)political, sociological and anthropological analysis of forced migration. It enables students to understand the context in which forced migration takes place, the social change this triggers in hosting communities and the efforts needed to successfully integrate newcomers.
|Academic dates:||8 July - 27 July 2018|
7 July afternoon - 28 July morning 2018
Evelien van Roemburg
|Application due date:||1 April 2018|
*Please note that these dates are tentative and subject to change
- 6 ECTS, 3 weeks
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