This course explains gender concepts and available data about women migrants, the gender dimensions of migration at different phases of the migration cycle, and how vulnerability, discrimination and gender roles affect women both as challenges and opportunities.
This course focuses on forced migration due to protracted crisis situations, including both natural and human-made disasters and conflict. It explains key concepts of migration and categories of migrants and defines the drivers and impacts of forced migration in situations of protracted crisis.
This course allows participants to understand the linkages between migration and rural development, with a particular focus on youth. It also provides policy recommendations on how to maximize the positive impacts of rural migration and minimize its negative effects.