Review the video entitled: Transnational Migration, Citizenship and the Circulation of Rights and Responsibilities
International Migration Institute. (2016, October 25). Transnational migration, citizenship and the circulation of rights
and responsibilities [Video]. YouTube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZolKK2Ptk4 (Links to an external site.)
Guidelines-Know the 3 stages of migration,
Appreciate the meaning of transnationalism
Explain how the influence of migration and transnationalism impacts the relationship between the social worker and
clients in global settings.
Introduction-Provides short but succinct introduction related to the purpose of the paper and topics covered
Rationale for ISW in Global Policymaking-Describes very well the three stages of migration
Stages of Global Policymaking and Strategies for Influencing- Describes very well what is meant by transnationalism
relative to migration in terms of rights and responsibilities
Need in ISW to Interpret Global Policy in Domestic Policy-Explains very well the need for understanding migration
and transnationalism in ISW
Healy, L. M. (2008). International social work: Professional action in an interdependent world. (2nd ed.). Oxford
Chapter 10: International relief and development practice. pp 260-285.
Chapter 11: International/Domestic Practice. Pp. 286-316.
Veal, D., King, J., & Marston, G. (2018). Enhancing the social dimension of development: Interconnecting the
capability approach and applied knowledge of social workers. International Social Work, 62(1), pp. 600-612.
Schrooten, M. (2020). Transnational social work: Challenging and crossing borders and boundaries. Journal of
Social Work. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468017320949389
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