honduras (june 18-23, 2023)
Dates: June 18 – 22, 2023
Registration Deadline: April 7, 2023
*The Seminar Fee includes Lodging, transportation, three meals a day, coordination and logistics, interpretation and trip guide, speaker honorariums, and community activities. Does not include airfare.
Participate in an intercultural discussion with professionals from Honduras and the United States about requests for asylum. We will analyze the current realities on the ground that confront displaced populations and those who seek asylum in other countries. We will also reflect on the current context in Honduras, the role of the Honduran state, and the national and international norms involved in this system.
This course emphasizes understanding asylum in the United States through the framework of international humanitarian protection. It will examine the Honduran context, the root causes, and triggers that contribute to forced displacement and asylum-seeking in other countries through a human rights-based perspective.
What to expect
- Deepen our understanding of country conditions in Honduras and the unique struggles of Honduran refugees and migrants
- Develop tools to better advocate on behalf of Honduran asylum-seekers in the U.S.
- Analyze the shortcomings of the asylum system with an international human right
- Apply human rights principles to work with
- migrants as you build your case
Interested to learn more about the seminars in El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras? Interested in co-creating a seminar that is unique to your team? Please fill out the interest form and you can expect to hear from us soon.
If you have a specific question that you would like answered, please reach out to the Global School Team: globalschool@cristosal.