Human Rights and Migration Course Demographics

In Fall , as the world was still reeling from the global , students, parents, faculty, and staff were preparing to return to some sense of academic normalcy amidst the new online mediums of teaching.

The Zolberg Institute launched an open course entitled Human Rights and Migration for graduate students, working professionals, and interested parties across the world with leading experts in the field.

More than 750 individuals across the globe registered for and participate in this course.  The below interactive map shows where the course participants currently reside.  Zoom in on different continents to view country data.

Map created by Eduard Nilaj, PhD student in Economics at the New School for Social Research.

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