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LAW 528/5228 - Migration in International Law (3 cr.)



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Description
The Arab region experiences mass voluntary and involuntary population movements, driven by various factors including economic reasons, conflict and insecurity, and increasing resource scarcity and environmental change. These movements pose a challenge to regional stability and security unless there are appropriate and integrated national, regional and international responses. A course on Migration in International Law allows students to engage with issues of growing regional and international importance. While the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies offers courses in International Refugee Law and Comparative Migration Law, there is presently no course that introduces the complex and growing area of international law dealing with migration.

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