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Migration touches most people’s lives, directly and indirectly. Over five weeks, this course aims to engage participants actively in uncovering the different types of migration, as well as the reasons and the outcomes for both migrants and non-migrants. The focus is on the global South as 70% of global population movements are within least developed countries, and most international migration occurs between neighbouring countries in poorer regions of the world. We will reflect on what this means for the UK and other more developed countries.

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Course dates

05 Jun 2017 to 10 Jul 2017

Course duration

5 week(s)

Course fee

£150

Venue

Centre for Development Studies
Second Floor
Cambridge
CB3 9DT
UK

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Teaching sessions

Meetings: 5

Course code

1617NWR008