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The 8th International Human Rights Forum will examine the following questions:
What are the global status and the chances and challenges of migration from a human rights perspective?
Which direction would a future global migration policy pursue?
What is the understanding of the terms "migrant", "refugee" or "illegal immigrant" and what are the consequences of these concepts?
Does the European migration policy enhance the implementation of human rights?
How can educational systems and schools benefit from migration? How can they meet the needs of persons with a migration background?
The FRA will conduct a workshop on "A fundamental right: asylum, theory and reality". It will examine how human rights education and training can make a difference in the situation of asylum seekers, refugees, migrants, victims of trafficking, unaccompanied and separated children.
There will be a screening of the documentary "Little Alien" followed by a discussion on aiding schools and teachers with educational material on the right to asylum.