Course Title: The Realities of Immigration Today
Dates: Wednesdays April 24 – May 15th From 4-6pm at the Iron County Courthouse in Hurley.
Course Fee: $35 with $5 discount for early registration by April 10th.
Objectives: This course is designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of contemporary immigration developments and policies. Participants will learn about global demographic changes that influence the flow of migration in the developed and developing world. Sessions will explore public perceptions toward migrants in host countries and compare those to reality, in terms of the decision to migrate, the economic impacts of immigration in host countries, and the role of political economy in integration. Upon course completion, students will be able to better assess the central issues raised by immigration today and the trends of tomorrow. Continue reading