Migration, Rights, Integration
What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?
What does it train you for?
The Master Degree Course (LM) in “Migration, rights, integration” provides a specialized training about contemporary human migrations, and about the problems related to the reception and integration of migrants in European societies. The course aims to train experts on migration and integration issues, with high-level knowledge of the involved legal aspects, and who are able to situate such knowledge in the broader social, geo-historical and economic context. Students will be qualified, on the one hand, to deal with the socio-economic causes of migratory phenomena, and, on the other hand, to focus on their legal regulation, on migrants' rights and on integration policies, always keeping in sight the multilevel framework of the relevant regulatory sources. As regards to the latter aspect, students are provided with the tools necessary in order to orient themselves among the different levels (international, European, national) of the relevant legal regulation, and to ascertain the nature, content and limits of the rights recognized to migrants.
What do you learn?
At the end of the Course, the students:
- will possess advanced (legal, but not exclusively legal) knowledge concerning the analysis, interpretation, evaluation and management of the main issues related to migratory phenomena and to the integration of third-country nationals in the European Union;
- will be able to critically evaluate migratory and integration policies, and to contribute to the definition and implementation of complex operating strategies;
- will be able to analyse the quantitative aspects of migratory dynamics, and to identify their causes and trends;
- will have specific advanced knowledge about the rights of migrants, the rights of foreign minors, anti-discrimination and equal opportunities law and policies;
- will have mastered the legal tools provided for by national and European regulation;
- will be able to develop projects aimed at countering the risk of exploitation and trafficking of women and children;
- will have planning skills in the fields of reception and integration;
- will be able to communicate, in written and oral form, their acquired knowledge in English as well as in Italian, and will have mastered the relevant technical lexicon.
What can you do with it?
Graduates of this course may have access to:
- positions in public institutions, as officials and administrative managers at national, regional and local levels;
- positions with high levels of responsibility in supranational and international institutions, both universal and regional; positions in non-governmental organizations engaged in the areas of migration and the rights to asylum and international protection;
- positions in cooperatives active in the area of reception and integration of migrants, at local, regional, national and supranational levels, particularly as far as the management of the reception structures provided by the current legislation is concerned (CPRs, hotspots);
- positions in public and private research centres (e.g. think tanks and foundations), trade unions, trade associations, with respect to the analysis of migration policies and the formulation of project proposals;
- partisan or office consultancy in legal disputes.