is it just the kindness of their heart that they opened it up?
choose an international organization or legislation that deals directly with refugees, statelessness, undocumented immigrants, naturalization, or guestworkers, etc. and explore its creation, implementation, and impact on the treatment of those subject to the law whether crossing borders or living within them at time of passing of the law. This must be post WWII for instance, the 1951 Convention on Refugees, the 1965 US Immigration Act, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the International Red Cross, Oxfam International, Save the Children, the 1999 Citizenship Law for German Citizenship, or the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals etc. Requirements: Overview of the creation of the law and how it relates to earlier laws. Definitions of inclusion and exclusion and impact of affected populatio1. choose one
2. who runs it
3. why was it created
4 what are the impacts.
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This is who runs it. So even to think of it as a structure helps you understand when we have these discussions, what we’re talking about, because when we say, international organizations that have a global impact, it sounds fine. But what does that mean if you don’t know how it’s actually implemented? Right, and the other side of it is, you could choose legislation. So either some international law or some legislation in the United States or any other country that really begins to change what it means to be an insider and outsider, citizen or non citizen and from there to really see how something like legislation can actually re Define borders, redefining members. Okay, so like when I was you know, the easy one is THE IMMIGRATION Act 1965 Right after the Civil Rights Movement, the United States opens up its borders, right. when we start to see people of color coming, Yes, bigger numbers. yes. And so, it’s interesting to say, Well, why was this like this? like, is it just the kindness of their heart that they opened it up? and then you start to say, oh, okay, this is why they’ve opened it up. this is what they’re looking for and this is where they draw, and so just kind of to understand that something like this legislation can really redefine the conversation.