Middlebury

DPPG 8628

IntlMigratn,Security&HumanRgts

In the context of a more integrated yet unequal global economic system, of growing international and national security concerns, humanitarian crises and skill shortages, migration and immigration have become central to economic, political and social debates. This seminar is meant to engage in these debates by studying the intricate links between the ever increasing flows of peoples across borders; the national and international security dilemmas facing states and regions; and the urgent need to fully implement and redefine the international and domestic laws pertaining to Human Rights.
Subject:
Development Practice & Policy
Department:
Development Practice & Policy
Division:
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
IPSG 8628
IPOL 8628

Sections in Fall 2021 - MIIS, MIIS Second Half of Term

Fall 2021 - MIIS

DPPG8628A-F21 Lecture (Arrocha)