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Vlog: Matthew Crandall – What Does the Chaning World Order Mean for Small States?

21.06.2017 09:55:18

Matthew Crandall from Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society discusses the impact of the changing world order on smaller states.

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    New Programme: Social Entrepreneurship MA

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    We asked the curator of the new international programme Social Entrepreneurship MA Zsolt Bugarszki a few questions about the new curriculum. Here’s what he had to say:

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    Global Citizens and Local Aliens: the Rise of New Migrant Identities in the Age of Mobility

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    International migration is an issue that is at the very heart of the contemporary condition. It is no longer an isolated act carried out by a small group of individuals, but a central part of life for an increasing number of people globally. Alongside quantitative changes, international migration is also becoming qualitatively more diverse, involving a wider range of nationalities, ethnicities and socio-economic classes than ever before. In recent decades, these changes have led to the mobility of highly-skilled individuals emerging as an important new form of international migration and an issue of increased relevance in many countries.

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    Human Rights conference with many well known speakers was held at Tallinn University

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    Human Rights in the 21st century. Human rights will play a bigger role in everyday life than ever before. That is the reason why we need a lot of researchers to dig into the basics of the law and see how can we make the human rights even better. HURMUR (Human rights – mutually rising excellence) -Conference had gathered 21 different human rights topics into an exciting three-day conference.
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