E-Book: Global Migration: What’s Happening, Why, and a Just Response
Course instructors considering a book for adoption will be provided a complimentary copy.
The FLC Migration topic will be anchored by the new e-book and will have 5 modules. We have developed these based on the e-book chapters and added CRS content and other supporting resources. You can review this PDF to see the descriptive of the modules outline and topics.
Access to each individual module is available by exiting this Migration Outline module and clicking on one or ones that interest you the most.
Module 1: FORCED MIGRATION & CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING (Introduction)
Module 2: SEE PART 1: WHY FORCED MIGRATION? CONFLICT, ECONOMICS, AND CLIMATE CHANGE (Chapter 1 & Chapter 2)
Module 3: SEE PART 2: THE FACTS AND CURRENT DEBATE ABOUT UNAUTHORIZED IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES (Chapter 3 & Chapter 4)
Module 4: JUDGE - THINKING THROUGH COMPLEX REALITIES (Chapter 5)
Module 5: ACT INDIVIDUALLY AND COLLECTIVELY ON BEHALF OF REFUGEES, INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLE, AND MIGRANTS (Chapter 6, Chapter 7, & Chapter 8)
walk IN THEIR shoes
Bring real-life migration stories to your students.
Migration Webinar: New e-book, Syrian Refugees & Policy Updates
On February 16th, 2017, CRS hosted an extensive discussion (1 hour & 34 minutes) on Migration & Refugees.
In the opening 40 minutes, Dr. Collier and Dr. Strain introduce their new book, "Global Migration What’s Happening, Why, and a Just Response" which they dive more deeply into the topic of migration, the book's pedagogy and answer your questions about how it can be used.
The next 26 minutes, CRS senior humanitarian relief officer, Caroline Brennan provides an update on CRS' work with Syrian Refugees.
In the final segment (25 minutes), CRS Senior Legislative Affairs officer, Jill Marie Gerschutz Bell, provides key policy updates and advocacy guidance on CRS' recommendations for addressing the global refugee crisis.
Internet Links to Chapter References
Access a complete sequential list of the web-based links referenced in the footnotes to Global Migration: What’s Happening, Why, and a Just Response. These same links are included within each module’s Primary Resources and also cross-referenced with the page number of the e-book.