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An Introduction to the Migration Conundrum...

  1. 1. Welcome...
  2. 2. The Migration Conundrum is a resource for schools, teachers and students to support the learning and teaching of a most real and controversial issue of our times...
  3. 3. Migration.
  4. 4. In our globalised age we believe every young person should be entitled to experience a high-quality, evidence-based exploration of this topical & timely issue.
  5. 5. We believe every child should have the chance to know the people behind the headlines . And take action to make a difference if they decide to. .
  6. 6. Please explore our work. The resource will launch in June 2010 during refugee week . .
  7. 7. Here is a taster of the resource...
  8. 9. Daughter This Is Zoya Phan Freedom Activist Director & Co-ordinator Negotiator Author Refugee Public Speaker
  9. 10. Daughter This Is Lorin Sulaiman Ambition to be a Solicitor University Student Syrian Kurd Sister Refugee
  10. 12. 10 Minutes to Get Out 1. The Push/Pull Section Phase Activity An experiential/simulation activity to get students thinking about their course of action should they be forced from their country.
  11. 13. The Beach 3. The Reaction Section Phase Activity An activity to encourage critical thinking and enquiry. Students are given a photo stimulus and work together to establish what has happened.
  12. 14. © Arturo Rodriguez
  13. 15. Lost at Sea 3. The Reaction Section Phase Activity An experiential/simulation and discussion-based activity to get students thinking about how they would treat people coming to their country, using the scenario of a ship and a small boat wanting to come on board.
  14. 16. You will be put in an imaginary situation. It is serious: people’s lives could be at stake. You must respond to the situation and decide what should happen to the people involved... IMAGINE
  15. 17. You are in the middle of an ocean...
  16. 18. On a large ship... YOU are the captain.

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