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Asylum, Immigration, and Migrant Children

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1.5 CE credit hour asynchronous training Asylum, Immigration, and Migrant Children is an introduction to the laws, policies, and challenges migrants face. This covers the impact that the United State’s policies have on migrants and migrant children. This also reveals the reasons why many of them come to the United States. The content is an introduction and is not as in-depth in covering all the issues in immigration. It mainly covers entry, asylum, detention, and the barring of detention from 2017 to 2022. There is also a more in-depth about migration and health in Racial Inequalities that goes more in-depth about how detention impacts the health of adult and migrant children. Objectives: Participants will be able to describe Migrant Protection Protocols and its consequences Participants will be able to explain Title 42 and its consequences Participants will be able to organize better practices for Asylum Seekers Participants will be able to analyze Migrant Child Detention at Ft. Bliss. Participants will be able to critique Title 42’s impact on Migrant Children

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$25.00

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