- Assistance and protection in the Protocol
- International human rights and refugee law
- Vulnerable groups
- Positive and negative obligations of the State
- Identification of smuggled migrants and first responses
- Participation of smuggled migrants in legal proceedings
- The role of non-governmental organizations
- Smuggled migrants & other categories of migrants
- Short-, mid- and long-term measures
Published in January 2019.
This module is a resource for lecturers
This section provides suggestions for post-class assignments for the purpose of assessing student understanding of the Module. Suggestions for pre-class or in-class assignments are provided in the Exercises section.
It proposed that students identify a real-life illustrative example (court case, NGO report or press release) evidencing how smuggled migrants' rights were respected and/or breached. Students should address issues such as applicable national and/or international law, States obligations, involvement (or opportunity for involvement) of NGOs. The essay should not be longer than 2,500 words. The essay should be submitted during the next class.