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Curriculum Development


Tools for Curriculums

Migration Information Source

http://www.migrationinformation.org/

The Migration Information Source, a resource sponsored by the Migration Policy Institute in Washington, provides fresh thought, authoritative data from numerous global organizations and governments, and global analysis of international migration and refugee trends. A unique, online resource, the Source offers useful tools, vital data, and essential facts on the movement of people worldwide. It chronicles global migration movements, provide perspectives on current migration debates, offers the tools and data from numerous global organizations and governments needed to understand migration. The information is easily accessible for researchers, policy makers, journalists, and other opinion shapers. Website includes database searchable by country, news/events, archives and interviews, and external links to additional databases.


IOM: International Organization for Migration

http://www.iom.int/jahia/Jahia/lang/en/pid/1

Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. Website contains basic information on migration and migration law, as well as a video archive, news updates, and info about current events.


December 18

http://www.barnard.columbia.edu/sfonline/immigration/

December 18 is a Brussels-based non-profit organization working for the promotion and protection of the rights of migrants worldwide. The focus is on immigration and justice issues. The website contains information and news items about current events.




Links for Educators

Muslims in Europe

http://www.soros.org/initiatives/home/articles_publications/publications/muslims-europe-20091215

The Open Society Institute Muslims in Europe report series constitutes the comparative analysis of data from 11 cities in seven European countries. It points out common trends and offers recommendations at the local, national, and international levels, including to the European Union and to international organizations. While not representative of the situation of all Muslims in these cities, this report does capture a snapshot of the experiences of Muslim communities in select neighborhoods in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, Antwerp, Berlin and Hamburg, Copenhagen, Leicester and Waltham Forest-London, Marseille and Paris, and Stockholm.

This body of work comes in response to major trends with regards to Muslims living in Europe: whether citizens or migrants, native born or newly-arrived, Muslims are a growing and varied population that presents Europe with one of its greatest challenges, namely how to ensure equal rights and opportunities for all in a climate of rapidly expanding diversity.