Empowerment Practice, Forced Migration, and Transnational Identity in Communities in Transition: The Horn of Africa and the USA

Through course instruction, workshops, and interactive discussion the University of Washington students will learn applications of empowerment practice with displaced populations across a transnational continuum of forced migration, including flight, internal displacement, asylum seeking, repatriation, and resettlement. The complexities of transnational identities and implications for strengths-based social services will be addressed.

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