If the response to migration is for Europe to make its southern border even more dangerous to cross and to detain more migrants in ever more appalling decisions, then we have lurched in the wrong direction.
At CEFAM, an e-mail is being circulated asking professors to nominate the textbooks they will use in the Spring semester beginning in January. However, choosing textbooks for IR courses can have numerous problems.
There are many policy issues at the national and international levels that could be informed by the right to health, but an important one concerns access to health care by irregular migrants.
In a business school environment like the one here at CEFAM students become used to doing presentations in class. Despite the risks, handing over control of the classroom to students can be a useful way of developing skills.
Browning’s book succeeds in conveying to both academic and general readers some of the core issues surrounding the term ‘international security’.
This year, a formal grading rubric for the students was introduced to refer to when crafting their class. This rubric ensures that the students are aware of expectations and can help them to craft a near perfect class.
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The POL 210 course at CEFAM is being offered online this semester and is running into trouble. Online courses are not just challenging for students but also present challenges for faculty, too, if of a very different sort.