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International Migration has recently gained increased academic and policy interest. This course, while introducing the main analytical concepts concerning migration, addresses the policy dimension in the European context. Additionally the course will assist students in becoming active cizitens in an ever changing world.
|Second Sub Session
|30 credits (15 ECTS credits)
Migration has been an ever present feature of human history. Yet in recent years, this subject garnered more political, media, social and academic attention, raising profound political questions that speak to key themes in International Relations. Such themes include issues of human rights, security, citizenship, inequality and development. It also keenly relates to policy-making regarding external and intra EU migration.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
There are no assessments for this course.
Oral feedback will be provided throughout and written feedback will be provided for in course assessments.