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This guide is designed for Cornell University students enrolled in ILRIC 2301. In this writing seminar, we will focus on the migration experience through the perspective of migrants themselves, placing their experiences in context, looking at global and regional migration processes and at the policies that invite and restrict migration. This guide provides resources to supplement the course and assist you with your assignments. 

Image Source: Bonegilla Migrant Camp by Brian Yap (葉) Attribution-NoDerivs License

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