2017國際迷你課程:移民與人權 05月08

2017國際迷你課程:移民與人權

§ 2017人權學程國際迷你課程:移民與人權 §

講者: Sriprapha Petcharamesree博士 (現職泰國瑪希敦大學人權與和平研究機構)

時間:5/8-5/9

 

地點:東吳大學外雙溪校區 

       5/8 第一教研大樓 R410

       5/9 國際會議廳

本系列課程全程英文授課,現場備有逐步口譯

全程參加者可獲頒中英文證書

政治系非修課生學習護照認證

報名網址https://goo.gl/forms/BMKF3o79ChI08gX23

(報名截止日期:5/3 )


【課程大綱】

 「以經濟效益與消費者自由之名,我們接受國際投資客與生產者的自由流動」。可是,「大部分人類在國際間的自由遷徙移動都是被視為非自願性或處境艱難的,亦或兩者都是」不論他們實際或被認知的狀態是如何,地球有將近兩億的人口是身在他鄉,並面對著各種不同的挑戰。

本次國際迷你課程旨在從人權視角檢視移民議題,協助對此議題有興趣的學生理解全球移民的情形,包括自願性與非自願性的移動。以及,隱藏在移民議題背後─國家與國界的概念,也包括移民觀念與其內涵。本次課程也希望不僅讓修課學生能在概念上獲得釐清,也同時能夠具備理解法律文件如何適用於身在國外或不被視為國民者的能力。

 

【課程一 :移民與國際移民危機】

時間:5/8 () 13:30-15:20

本節課程將聚焦當前的全球移民危機。我們將分析全球移民情勢,並特別討論亞洲地區的情況。此外,本節課程也將檢視國際移民危機的演變趨勢、討論全球/區域移民危機對於移民權利的影響;而移民研究中相關專有名詞的使用與定義也將在課程中釐清。

 

【課程二:移民與人權:亞洲情勢】

時間:5/9 () 15:30-18:20

本節課程目的在於介紹整體難民的情況,包括那些處於類似難民狀態的人、以及亞太地區人口販運的受害者。同時,本課程也將檢視區域組織,如東協(ASEAN)、南亞區域合作協會(SAARC)對於此議題所採取的回應(或無作為);並且討論被迫遷徙者的人權處境。


2017 International Mini CourseMigration and Human Rights

BY Sriprapha Petcharamesree, Ph.D.
Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand.

Date: May 8-May9
Venue: Waishuanghsi Campus, Soochow University (The lecture room will be informed a week before the class by e-mail )

Course synopsis

In the name of economic efficiency and consumer freedom, we have granted international investors and producers free mobility”. However, “the free international movement of people is widely regarded as undesirable, or impossible, or both”. Regardless of their real or perceived status almost two hundred millions people around the globe are outside their own countries and are facing different challenges.

This module aims at examining the whole issues surrounding migration from human rights lens. It will try to facilitate students who are interested in the matter to understand the current situation of migration , voluntary or forced, and the very concepts behind migration namely the concepts of nation-state and borders including the concept and meaning of migration itself. It will also try to equip students not only with conceptual clarification but also legal instruments to assess the situation of different groups of people who are living in the countries other than their own or perceived not to be their own.

Session 1 : Migration and international migration crisis.

The session will focus on the current global migration crisis. It examines the situation of migration, in Asia in particular. It will also explore evolving trends in international migration crises. Impacts of the global/regional migration crisis on the rights of those on the move will be also discussed.  Different terms used in migration studies shall be also clarified.

 

Session 2 : Migration and Human Rights in Asia

The second session aims at providing the overall context of the situation of refugees, those in refugee-like situations and victims of trafficking in the Asia-Pacific. It also examines the responses (or lack of responses) to their situations by regional entities, such as the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Human rights situation of people forced to move will be also discussed.

Registration Deadline: May 3, Wed.


建議讀物 Readings

Session 1 (課程I)

1.       OHCHR, Migration and human rights, http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Migration/MigrationHR_improvingHR_Report.pdf ; http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Migration/Pages/MigrationAndHumanRightsIndex.aspx

2.       Antoine Pécoud and Paul de Guchteneire, International Migration, Border Controls and Human Rights: Assessing the Relevance of a Right to Mobility , in Journal of Borderlands Studies, Volume 21, No. 1, Spring 2006,  http://lastradainternational.org/lsidocs/626%20intl_migration_brder_cntrl_070402.pdf

3.       IOM, Fatal Journeys, Volume 2 :Identification and Tracing of Dead and Missing Migrants, Geneva, 2016, Available at https://publications.iom.int/system/files/fataljourneys_vol2.pdf

4.       Evelien Wauters and Samuel Cogolati, Crossing the Mediterranean Sea: EU Migration Policies and Human Rights, Working Paper No. 180–November 2016, Available at https://ghum.kuleuven.be/ggs/news/wp180wauters-cogolati.pdf

5.       International Crisis Group, What’s Driving the global refugee crisis?, https://www.crisisgroup.org/global/what-s-driving-global-refugee-crisis

6.       International Justice Resource Centre, Asylum & the rights of refugees, http://www.ijrcenter.org/refugee-law/

  

Session 2(課程II)

1.       Elenor Albert, Council on Foreign Relations, The Rohingya Migrant Crisis, update January 2017, Available at http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651

2.       Sriprapha Petcharamesree and Francis Tom Temprosa, Intractable Human Rights Situations and the ‘Failed’ International Response to Crises: The Case of the Plight of Refugees and Refugee-like Situations in Asia and the Pacific (paper to be provided).

3.       L Hackney (2015). ‘Re-evaluating Palermo: The case of Burmese women as Chinese brides’, Anti-Trafficking Review, issue 4, pp. 98—119 (paper to be provided)

4.       Janie Chuang (2015). ‘The Challenges and Perils of Reframing Trafficking as “Modern-Day Slavery”’, Anti-Trafficking Review, issue 5, pp. 146–149, http://gaatw.org/ATR/AntiTraffickingReview_issue5.pdf

5.       Fiona  David (2015). ‘When it Comes to Modern Slavery, do Definitions Matter?’, Anti-Trafficking Review, issue 5, pp. 150–152, http://gaatw.org/ATR/AntiTraffickingReview_issue5.pdf

  

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