GE3237



Geographies of Migration

This module focuses on theoretical and applied perspectives on international migration and settlement, with particular reference to the Asia-Pacific region. It includes analyses of international regimes regulating migration, giving attentiion to immigration policies and settlement policies, outcomes and experiences; transnational circuits of skilled and unskilled labour migrants; and forced migration and displacement. The consequences migration for gender relations, citizenship and socio-economic development in sending and receiving countries will also be discussed. Case studies include Australia, Canada and the Southeast Asian context.

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