The modules

  • The nine guided, 45-minute teaching modules focus on topics such as why people migrate, how immigration and asylum is regulated by states, or how migration relates to topics such as climate change, colonialism, inequality, identity and social cohesion.
  • The teaching modules are designed to fit into existing school subjects such as geography, history, social science, and literature and proposes materials and activities suitable for secondary school students across different school types. They could be taught individually or as a package with migration popping up in different subjects throughout one school year.
  • The teaching modules include background information for educators, a teaching plan with exercises using interactive teaching methods such as storytelling and audio-visual methods and empirical data, links to documentaries and other relevant teaching materials.
  • The modules will be available in six languages (English, German, Dutch, Italian, French, Polish) with materials and activities being adapted to different contexts across Europe. Just change the homepage language on the top of the page to access different languages!
  • The modules will be made available throughout 2023. We released the first module in February 2022.


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  • All modules

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Displacement and asylum

Examine the development, scope and limitations of the international refugee regime and European asylum policies

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Migration trends: A bird’s eye view

Understand that migration is not a new phenomenon and is affecting all regions of the globe, as it is central to the way in which our states, economies and societies are structured.

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Migration policies

Understand the different actors and interests involved in migration policy-making at the national level

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From greenhouses to hip hop: Ethnic discrimination and access to the labour market

Understand the different ways in which migrants and their children are discriminated against in society and particularly in their access to the labour market

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Why do people migrate? Migration drivers and mechanisms

Explore the diverse reasons why people migrate