HI 028: CERTIFICATE IN FORCED MIGRATION

HI 028: CERTIFICATE IN FORCED MIGRATION

This course introduces students to international and regional systems and standards for the protection of asylum seekers from the perspectives of history, legal, theory, and practical. It also examines the escalating challenges for refugee protection resulting from a mixed migration, and rising xenophobia.  Challenges presented by complex emergencies and mass influxes are discussed and responses to the international community to effective humanitarian aid delivery. The critical importance of approaching refugee populations as heterogeneous groups with differing needs and resources is explained and approaches to the identification of and response to special protection needs of vulnerable individuals within the community are discussed.
Forced migration was and is still a major international challenge because it lies at the heart of the fundamental concepts of humanity and equality. Attention is also given to the durable solutions for solving refugee issues i.e. repatriation, local integration, resettlement as well as the challenges presented by each of them. Individuals are compelled to move because of issues related to the war, conflict, environmental and human catastrophes, effects of globalization, and economic polarization.
The topics to be covered include;

  • Introduction to forced migration-history of population movements, the evolution of the refugee regime and basic concepts
  • Contemporary challenges of forced migration: mixed migration, human trafficking, complex emergencies, and mass influxes
  • Division of roles and responsibilities: governments, donors, NGOs, and the cluster approach
  • The search for durable solutions as an integral part of protecting refugees; key challenges in a shrinking world
  • international and regional frameworks for refugee protection; Geneva convention of 1951 and 1967 protocol.
  • The search for durable solutions as an integral part of protecting refugees; key challenges in a shrinking world
  • Participatory needs assessment of refugee populations; identification of and response to individuals with special protection needs.
  • Participatory needs assessment of refugee populations; identification of and response to individuals with special protection needs.

Course Begins on the 1st of every month for 3 months.
Course Level: Certificate Course
Cost: Amount €400

To register for the course, contact:

The Director of Admissions
Strategia, Netherlands
The Hague, Netherlands

Tel: +31 616950 384
+31616086526

Email: info@strategianetherlands.nl
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