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Tenth Annual Orientation Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2013) of the Tenth Annual Orientation Course on Forced Migration (30 September-14 November 2012) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. [Available in Print Form ]

 

 
       
 

Ninth Annual Orientation Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2012) of the Ninth Annual Orientation Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2011) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. [Available in Print Form ]

 

 
       
 

Eighth Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2011) of the Eighth Annual Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2010) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. [Available in Print Form ]

 

 

 
       
 

State of Research on Forced Migration in the East and North-East
 

Among the major aspects of forced migration in India’s east and north-east that deserve attention are border and boundary confl ict, security, and refugees, the large presence of internally displaced persons in the region due to various confl icts and development projects, and mass-scale displacement due to natural disasters and environmental degradation leading to resource confl icts in recent times. A workshop organised by the Calcutta Research Group in Guwahati in February 2010 refl ected on the present body of work and future trends in research on forced migration in India’s east and north-east.


 
   
       
 

A Dialogue on Protection Strategies for People in Situations of Forced Migration

 

The Dialogue was held as a special segment of the Sixth Annual Winter Course on Forced Migration, which was held with the support of the UNHCR, Government of Finland and the Brookings Institution. On this occasion CRG particularly thanks the UNHCR in assisting and collaborating in holding the conference. Its thanks are also to the Government of Finland and the Brookings Institution for making the Winter Course an important orientation programme towards protecting the rights of the victims of forced migration. It also thanks the Panos South Asia for reinforcing the media component of the entire winter course exercise.


The programme and the publication have been supported by UNHCR [Available in Print Form ]

 


 

 
       
 

Seventh Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2010) of the Seventh Annual Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2009) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. [Available in Print Form ]

 

 

 
       
 

Sixth Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2009) of the Sixth Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2008) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. [Available in Print Form ]

 

 

 

 
       
 

Fifth Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2008) of the Fifth Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2007) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential.

 

 

 

 

       
 

Fourth Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2007) of the Fourth Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2006) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential.

 


 

 
       
 

Third Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2006) of the Third Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2005) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. 

 

 

 
       
 

Second Winter Course on Forced Migration, Racism, Immigration and Xenophobia 

 

The report (2005) of the Second Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2004) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.  

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential. 

 

 

 

 
       
 

First Winter Course on Forced Migration

 

The report (2004) of the First Winter Course on Forced Migration (1-15 December 2003) is collectively written. The report contains genesis of the programme, planning, course structure, course content and the syllabus, the texts of the inaugural and the valedictory lectures, participants' writings, list of participants and members of the faculty, the participatory nature of the course, note on the field work, an account of distance education as part of the course, and evaluation of the course by faculty members, participants, and evaluators. An additional feature of the report is the different accounts of the discussions in the various course sessions authored by course participants.

 

For applicants of future courses the report is essential.