Eurostat Data press release from March 2020 on the composition in terms of nationality of those seeking asylum in the European Union and the trends in terms of numbers.
Students could use the data in this press release as part of an analysis of the issue asylum seeking in the EU and linking the issue to human rights and identity.
Strand: 7. Globalisation & Identity
Strand unit: 3. Diversity in the E.U
Suggestions for use: The resources in this learning path could be used as stimuli for students, with the teacher creating tasks around an essential question, or set of questions. Students could be asked to use the resources included to create; a paragraph response, discursive essay response, voice clip of their response, research of further data on this topic or to critically evaluate the sources, amongst other ideas. Learning Outcomes: 2.6 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5 Topics: Human Rights and Responsibilities in Europe and the Wider World; Globalisation and Identity.
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