Name
Migration and human rights
Topic
Migrants real story and EU opportunities
Learning time
4 hours and 25 minutes
Designed learning time
4 hours and 25 minutes
Size of class
23
Description
Humanity has always been on the move to find work, friends and family, food, safety. So why are some people now so scared of the "stranger"? The Learning TLAs analyse the migrants journey to Europe through history, stories and numbers, overcoming prejudices. Then studnets discover migrants’ human rights as well as the opportunities coming from Europe.
Aims
- Raise awareness on migrants and migrations’ issues - Overcome prejudices against migrants. - Know opportunities coming from Europe.
Outcomes
Illustrate, List, Find out/discover, Identify, Show awareness of
Editor
danesino
Migrations: between stereotypes and prejudices. - prof.ssa D'Orta, - SPRAR (the Protection System for Asylum Seekers and Refugees was created by Law No 189/2002 and is made up of the network of local institutions that implement reception projects for forced migrants).
110 minutes)
  • Collaborate
    30
    5
    1
    A small group of students from our school and from Sprar planned the learning activity. These students will lead the discussion among the other students.
  • Practice
    15
    23
    1
    Students are divided into two teams and are asked few questions ( (see the attached file "Game questions" IT)) about migration flows data: - the number of migrants entering and leaving (inflow and outflow) a country over the course of a specific period - migration inflows and outflows by country of origin and destination
  • Discuss
    15
    23
    1
    Students are given real data (see the attached file "Migrations flows data" IT) and are asked to discuss about the gap between perception and reality.
  • Collaborate
    20
    23
    0
    Role play ???
  • Read Watch Listen
    30
    23
    2
    SPAR introduces students to: 1. SPAR's reception system 2. Italian law and the protection system for asylum seekers and refugees 3. conditions of migrants in their country (war, persecution and conflicts) 4. migratory trends.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Migrants journey prof.ssa L.D'Orta, prof. E.Celebrano, prof. F.Caucino
60 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    23
    1
    1. Difference between "Ius soli" and "ius sanguinis" 2. Italian laws regulating the legal condition of foreign citizens
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    23
    0
    A journey through literature: human and training experience.
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    23
    0
    Cartography: migrant routes
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    23
    0
    Music: stories of migrants
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
Youth project prof.ssa D'Orta, Municipality of Grugliasco
50 minutes)
  • Collaborate
    30
    23
    0
    A role play to understand the concept of exclusion and isolation.
  • Discuss
    20
    23
    0
    Students debate how to encourage integration and social inclusion.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
EU citizens' rights - prof.ssa D'Orta - Europe Direct: information service of the EU (orientation and support to opportunities coming from Europe)
45 minutes)
  • Discuss
    15
    23
    0
    What does it mean to be a European citizen in practice? What has the European Union done for you?
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    23
    0
    The European Commission's agenda on migration: - immediate response to the crisis situation in the Mediterranean - longer term steps to manage migration in all its aspects.
  • Read Watch Listen
    15
    23
    1
    1. Orientation about opportunities coming from Europe. Live, study, work and travel in Europe: rights and European fundings. 2. Erasmus projects to learn how to dialogue with others.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0

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