Immigration & Asylum Law
Module code: M3083
15 credits in autumn semester
Teaching method: Seminar
Assessment modes: Essay
We aim to offer you the opportunity to become more familiar with the legal and policy frameworks governing migration at an international, regional and domestic level. The module will help you understand how the United Nations, European Union, Council of Europe and UK authorities govern migration, through a range of tools.
The module will combine the legal analysis of legislation and case law with the contextual analysis of migratory trends at a global level and broader theoretical, ethical, normative and political debates regarding human rights, security and solidarity.
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate a coherent and detailed theoretical knowledge of the key trends in migration law and policy at a global level
- Systematically understand and critically appreciate the key traits of the international, regional and UK laws and practices governing the regulation of migration
- Devise and sustain arguments in assessing the governance tools used to regulate migration by international, regional and domestic actors
- Show critical skills in evaluating the legal and policy frameworks regulating migration, including from the perspective of broader ethical, normative and political debates regarding human rights, security and solidarity.