Political Science : This course explores the causes and consequences of displacement, and international responses to this issue, focusing on forced migration linked to conflict, persecution and human rights abuses. It examines key actors, interests and norms that shape the international refugee regime, and international responses to other forms of displacement. Particular attention is devoted to the ways in which displaced persons themselves navigate and shape the regime, and to challenges including the resolution of displacement crises, and accountability for forced migration.
Terms: Fall 2017
Instructors: Megan Bradley (Fall)
Note: The field is International Politics.
Pre-requisite(s): A basic course in International Politics.