Freedom of Movement and Border Control Laws – Online Law Course
Examine the role, reach, and scope of border controls in generating modern forms and means of flight with this online law course from Kent Law School.
Who is the course for?
This course has been designed for anyone looking to develop a critical understanding of migration laws. It will be of specific interest to people working for national and international governmental and non-governmental organisations involved in the field of migration, and also lawyers wanting to deepen their knowledge base.
If you want to further your knowledge, you may be interested in these courses from the same provider. They share a related subject matter and the same overall learning outcomes:
Law and the Framing of Migrants and Migration
Law’s Absence and Law’s Failings
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
Identify the role(s) that borders have in the generation of modern forms and means of flight
Evaluate some of the shortcomings of the Refugee Convention 1951
Explore the right to freedom of movement in the context of modern migration patterns
Evaluate the UN anti-smuggling and anti-trafficking regimes and their impact on migrants and migration