The phenomenon of immigration is neither novel nor recent. Migration movements have been part of the human experience long before modern and contemporary history, with economics, politics and religion fueling such movements.
But since the early 2010s due to the dramatic and sudden increase of immigrant flows to western countries (Europe, America) from the developed regions of the world, immigration has become one of the crucial issues for the modern societies.
- Teacher: John Xidakis
This course aims to help students identify the differences between people in order to
understand that diversity is what makes us unique. Students will discover the advantages
and disadvantages of living in a homogeneous community.
- Teacher: Diana Vancica