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International Migration and Development

CATS points
ECTS points
Level 6
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Academic year

Module overview

The analytical focus of this course is on the nexus between international migration and development. It first addresses a theoretical and historical overview of such nexus. Over the following sessions, it moves to a critical discussion of selected topics such as the regulation of diverse forms of mobility in border zones; the impact of individual and collective strategies to development; the increasing importance of urban spaces as catalysts for displacements, exchanges, and innovation, and the implications of the feminization of migrant flows for socio-economic and human development.

Linked modules

Pre-requisites: PAIR1001 OR PAIR1002 OR PAIR1004 OR PAIR1005

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