PACS 311: Migration, Refugee and Conflict

This course makes students familiar with the definition of refugees and migration and theoretical debates in the field. They learn different international and regional legal instruments in protecting the rights of refugee rights. The course correlates the ideas of refugee, migration and conflict with substantial discussion of case studies regarding refugee, migration, transnational migration threats, human trafficking and challenges. It helps students acquire analytical skills so that they can comprehend and explain refugee issues at the national, regional and international level. The acquisition of such critical skills will help students understand the changing situation of refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons (IDPs).

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