International Migration: Realities and Governance


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Length of Course

3 hours

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$425 CAD


This masterclass examines current trends in international migration, the relationship these trends have with wider global goals, and the emerging global governance framework for migration. Sessions include key challenges in migration, state-based challenges for countries of origin, transit and destination and emerging global mechanisms (and lessons learned) for socio-economic and political change.


Jenna HennebryJenna Hennebry is a Professor at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Coordinator of the Women and Gender Studies Program, and Associate Dean of the School of International Policy and Governance at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is Co-Founder of the International Migration Research Centre and the Migration Worker Health Project, and Founder of the Gender+Migration Hub funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.


The masterclass format is a concise summary of 4-5 sessions delivered over a 3-hour period. Upon completion of the masterclass learning objectives, participants will receive a BEI certificate.

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