Stolen Childhoods: Migrant and Refugee Children in EuropeSemester Course

Major Discipline(s)
Child Development, Human Development, Human Rights
Type
Elective Course
Available
Fall/Spring semester
Credit(s)
3

This course focuses on the human rights and developmental issues surrounding displaced and exploited children. Through a variety of sources and methods, you investigate how displacement affects children and families, and how their presence affects the European countries that receive them. You broaden your understanding of the issues children face globally and critically engage with issues and possible solutions.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
International Relations, Sociology

Faculty

Stine Laursen

DIS Copenhagen Faculty

DPhil Student (University of Sussex, Present). Cand. Scient. Soc. (University of Copenhagen, 2010). BSc and MSc Political Sociology (London School of Economics, 2006). Currently specializing in irregular migration in Scandinavia. Research experience in the area of migration and immigration, including projects in East and Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe. With DIS since 2013.