Unit 3 What does the EU legislation mean for the migrants themselves?

Teaching methodology:

Trainers are encouraged to introduce each specific topic to learners, through:

  • Providing an overview of the main legal framework that define rights and responsibilities of migrants. It is highly recommended to trainers to gain a pre-knowledge on this material in order to be familiar with the topic.
  • Projecting the video provided in this unit, in order to better sensitize learners with the topic and facilitate a discussion on rights and responsibilities.
  • Encouraging discussion about Rights & Responsibilities and then providing feedback according to the training material.
  • Implementing the activities provided by the end of this module, following the guidelines provided in these activities, in order to run this certain unit.

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Μigrants enjoy the same fundamental rights as all persons, according to international human rights norms, regardless of their legal status in a State.

The issue of migrants’ rights and obligations is not only important from a legal perspective, but also from a practical one.

It is closely linked to migrant integration, social cohesion, as well as to the receiving society’s approach of migration.

Successful integration is a two-way process that involves the mutual adaptation of migrants and the host society, as well as equality and good balance of rights and obligations.

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