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The Immigration Simulation

By Katy Kelly

Registration is now open for participants or volunteers of the Immigration Simulation, an experiential learning activity where participants will acquire a deeper understanding of the dynamics of migration as a demographic, economic, political, and human process. Participants will reflect on the complexities and the challenges of the lives of transborder migrants.

The Immigration Simulation
Friday, Nov. 16
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. - Participants must commit to stay the entire time
Kennedy Union Ballroom

Register for free (includes continental breakfast)

This form can be used to complete registration either as an ordinary participant (select "no" on question 4), or to register as a volunteer to help run the simulation for participants.

The Immigration Simulation is developed by students in Dr. Miranda Hallett's Anthropology of Human Rights class created in partnership with the UD Human Rights Program, the UD Office of Experiential Learning and Welcome Dayton. The class' experience is supported by a grant awarded through the Experiential Learning Innovation Fund (ELIFF) and through partnership and sponsorship by the UD Human Rights Center, the Fitz Center for Community Engagement, University Libraries, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, and the Department of Art and Design. 

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