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Critical International Migration Law

University of Kent via FutureLearn ExpertTrack


Look behind the headlines and discover the real reasons why people migrate

Examine the history, context, and ever-evolving development of migration control exercised by sovereign states around the world.


Courses under this program:
Course 1: Law and the Framing of Migrants and Migration
-Explore how discourses and law frame migrants and migration and whether the notion of migration crisis is justified.

Course 2: Freedom of Movement, Refugees, Traffickers, and Smugglers
-Investigate the role, reach, and scope of border controls in generating modern forms and means of flight.

Course 3: Law's Absence and Law's Failings
-Investigate the extent to which international law protects the rights of non-refugee forced migrants.

Taught by

Becky Plunkett

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