Registration is open for the 8 week online course, Global Trends in International Migration, which will run from 4 Oct 2016 to 29 Nov 2016. This course designed for mid-career professionals is taught by Susan F. Martin, the Donald G. Herzberg Professor Emeritus of International Migration at Georgetown University. The course provides an overview and analysis of trends in international migration, covering topics such as the numbers and characteristics of international migrants; causes of international migration; international legal frameworks for labor and forced migration; the nexus between migration and development, security and environmental issues; migration and refugee policies and their implementation; and the integration and reintegration of immigrants. Students finish each module at their own pace. More information on registration is available at:
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