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Design of public policies in the face of migratory phenomena in the cities (Global cases and challenges for Colombia)

This course aims to explore the complexity inherent in the impacts of migratory flows in cities from an interdisciplinary perspective combined with the discipline of public policies in conjunction with the areas of knowledge in political science, international relations, economics, sociology and urban studies. The course is relevant given the current situation in Colombia where the increase in migration from Venezuela to cities in Colombia means and will mean a structural change in urban transformation in the country that required multiple public policies and coordinated government actions with all social actors to ensure that the benefits always remain above the detriments. Migration is an essential part of the growth and constant transformation of cities, but at times the rates exceed the sustainable levels of migration and disrupt the stable demographic structure of a place; These processes are traditionally presented to scenarios of wars, conflicts, violence or economic, environmental or ethnic crises.

Throughout history the urban impacts of migration have left traces and experience allows us to understand the challenges they face in situations of this type that are useful to think the challenges from new approaches that Colombian cities have in the coming years. Colombia was a population expeller in recent decades and now becomes a recipient of migratory flows that, although from the same country of origin, are anything but homogeneous. Therefore, it is intended to explore the Colombian migration process from its process as an expeller and as a receiver considering the challenges involved in urban spaces where the vast majority of the population is located and based on public policies that can be derived either at the national, regional or specifically local level.

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Addressed to

Professionals and/or students of programs related to international relations, political science, economics, sociology, history, urban affairs, urban planning and management.


Objectives

General objectives

The main objective of the course is to analyze public policies considering the impacts that migratory flows have on cities, bringing the knowledge of international historical experience closer to the current situation in Colombian cities.

Specific objectives
  • Learn fundamental concepts about the theoretical frameworks of analysis of migratory phenomena.
  • Know fundamental concepts about the city, its transformation and analysis perspectives.
  • Explore historical cases of high migratory levels and their impacts on urban spaces throughout history.
  • Analyze the contemporary challenges of migration within the globalization framework and possible roadmaps for public management, mitigation and regulation policies.
  • Apply observation and analysis methodologies to the case of Venezuelan migration to Colombian cities.


Methodology

The course aims to use theoretical documents to introduce general concepts, keynote presentations to encourage dialogue and conversation in the classroom, workshop analysis of specific cases; and encourage basic research processes to investigate the contemporary Colombian case.


Benefits

The program provides current elements for the invited disciplines. Mainly to all those interested in deepening their capacities for analysis, design and formulation of public policies in democratic settings. Additionally, the program contributes to the study of migration as a highly relevant phenomenon in a globalized world like the current one, and allows to know its analysis frameworks and historical processes by broadening the perspective. Knowing the fundamentals of the city debate is highly relevant today given the central role that cities play as catalysts for contemporary exchange flows (merchandise, capital, labor, ideas, knowledge and of course people). The joint study of cities and migration allows to apply to the specific case present in the current Colombian situation due to the growth pressure in the last years of the migratory flow from Venezuela.


Speakers

Diego Silva Ardila

Professor, Urban Management and Development Program, Universidad del Rosario

Colombia

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Avi Sharma

Tu Berlin

Center for Metropolitan Studies

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Schedule

Dates: July 6th to July 17th, 2020
Schedule: Monday to Friday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
Venue: Virtual classroom
Intensity: 36 hours


Type of Offer: Course
Credits: 3 UR credits (5.1 ECTS).
Language: English/Spanish.
School: School of Political Sciences, Government and International Relations
Fees: $ 1,552,018 COP- USD $393

Discounts: 

  • Get up to 30% off on the tuition fee proceeding your payment until june 21st, 2020
  


Organizing committee

  • Diego Silva Ardila - Professor, Urban Management and Development Program, Universidad del Rosario.

The cities and their complexity

Horario:
Intensidad:
Session 1
Urban Transformation and Change
Fechas:
06.07.2020-07.07.2020
Speakers

Key speaker:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 2
Urban growth and expansion
Fechas:
06.07.2020-07.07.2020
Speakers

Key speaker:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 3
Urban Flows and Complexity
Fechas:
06.07.2020-07.07.2020
Speakers

Key speaker:
Diego Silva Ardila

Public Policies, Urban Change and Migration Flows

Horario:
Intensidad:
Session 1
Introduction to Public Policies
Fechas:
08.07.2020
Speakers

Key speaker:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 2
The Public Policy Cycle
Fechas:
08.07.2020
Speakers

Key speaker:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 3
Public Policies Design and Analysis
Fechas:
08.07.2020
Speakers

Key speaker:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 4
Politics vs. Policy in the design of public policies
Fechas:
08.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 5
Illustration on public policies of migratory flows in some parts of the world
Fechas:
08.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Diego Silva Ardila

Human migration

Horario:
Intensidad:
Session 1
Causes of human migrations
Fechas:
09.07.2020-13.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 2
Attributes of human migration
Fechas:
09.07.2020-13.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 3
Consequences of human migration
Fechas:
09.07.2020-13.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key
Session 4
International Regulatory Framework on Human Migrations
Fechas:
09.07.2020-13.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 5
Historical debates on human migration
Fechas:
09.07.2020-13.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 6
Contemporary situation on migration discussions
Fechas:
09.07.2020-13.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma

Human migration and urban change

Horario:
Intensidad:
Session 1
Cities as a reception center for human migrations: Historical cases
Fechas:
14.07.2020-15.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 2
The impact of migration on urban transformation: Space, Times, Knowledge, Flows
Fechas:
14.07.2020-15.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 3
The migration role in contemporary cities
Fechas:
14.07.2020-15.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma
Session 4
Elements for better urban public policies for migration
Fechas:
14.07.2020-15.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Avi Sharma

Future challenges of human migration articulation to urban change processes

Horario:
Intensidad:
Session 1
Analysis of the constituent elements of migration to cities (stakeholder mapping)
Fechas:
16-07.2020-17.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 2
Difficulties of human migration in contemporary cities
Fechas:
16-07.2020-17.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 3
Future challenges for the articulation of urban change and global migration flows
Fechas:
16-07.2020-17.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Diego Silva Ardila
Session 4
Design and proposals of human migration policies to cities
Fechas:
16-07.2020-17.07.2020
Speakers

Speaker key:
Diego Silva Ardila

*La Universidad del Rosario se reserva el derecho de cambiar o modificar el contenido y/o profesores del curso.


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