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B2 - Migration and Racism - Einzelansicht

SWHR-3040
B2 - Migration and Racism

Sprache: englisch   
Seminar
WiSe 2019/20
SWS
jedes 2. Semester

Erwartete Teilnehmer_innen 20
Max. Teilnehmer_innen 20
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Mo. 09:00 bis 12:45 Einzel am 07.10.2019 236 N. Quinn      
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Di. 09:00 bis 12:45 Einzel am 08.10.2019 018 (30 Plätze) N. Quinn      
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Mi. 09:00 bis 12:45 Einzel am 09.10.2019 301 N. Quinn      
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Mo. 09:00 bis 12:30 Einzel am 14.10.2019 234 S. Da Lomba ,
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Di. 09:30 bis 12:30 Einzel am 15.10.2019 123 S. Da Lomba ,
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Mi. 09:30 bis 12:30 Einzel am 16.10.2019 233 (10 Plätze) S. Da Lomba ,
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Do. 09:30 bis 16:30 Einzel am 17.10.2019 237 (9 Plätze) S. Da Lomba ,
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Fr. 09:00 bis 12:30 Einzel am 01.11.2019 301 S. Da Lomba ,
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Dozent_innen
Dozent_innen Zuständigkeit
Da Lomba, Sylvie verantw.
Goel, Urmila, Dr. verantw.
Quinn, Neil verantw.
Studiengänge
Abschluss Studiengang Semester Prüfungsversion
Master of Arts M.A. Social Work as a Human Rights Prof. 3 - 2014
Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Social Work as a Human Rights Profession
Inhalt
Voraussetzungen

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Lerninhalte

The treatment of migrants is one of the most challenging human rights issues today. An estimated 214 million people currently live outside their country of origin, many having moved for a variety of reasons, in which the search for protection and the search for opportunity are inextricably entwined. While for some migration is a positive and empowering experience, far too many migrants continue to endure human rights violations, discrimination, and exploitation. In the last two decades, immigration has risen to the top of the political agenda of many governments and international organisations worldwide. The growing problematisation of migration and migrants result in social policies, laws and practices that are at odds with the ethical message embodied in the concept of human rights and its universal premise. While international and regional human rights instruments confer rights and freedoms on migrants as persons and thus human rights-holders, human rights regimes struggle to extend protections to all migrants. Tensions, at times acute, constrain human rights protection for migrants.

Racism and other forms of discrimination and human rights violations as well as shape e the everyday lives of users of social work services in a variety of ways. Racism is one of the key social problems social workers have to address. It is critical that social workers gain an understanding of the discrimination and marginalisation processes within society that lead to racism if they are to identify and respond to racist practices. These include anti-Muslim racism, racism against undocumented migrants, and ‘racism without colour’. Various human mechanisms seek to combat racism. It is thus imperative that social workers understand and implement relevant human rights provisions as well as contribute to   the development of anti-racist social policies, including the work of the CERD Committee.

For social workers, there are particular challenges in meeting the needs of those subject to people trafficking and smuggling and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children. Social work has had to articulate new practice responses to provide specialist support to groups such as survivors of torture. Within the field of migration, there is considerable scope for more organised development of the advocacy role of social workers at national and international levels, including the development of alliances and collaborative action to support more humane and just policies.


Strukturbaum
Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester WiSe 2019/20 , Aktuelles Semester: WiSe 2020/21