In this interdisciplinary seminar, delve into the intricate interplay between political systems, human rights, and the complex landscape of international migration. Explore how political structures impact migration policies, refugee rights, and the broader global landscape. Through rigorous analysis of case studies, international agreements, and crucial documents, students will grapple with issues ranging from the ethics of humanitarian intervention to the challenges of managing and protecting the rights of migrants and refugees. Leveraging Oxford’s rich resources and its proximity to influential institutions such as the Refugee Studies Centre and the Oxford Human Rights Hub, students will have access to cutting-edge research and practical insights. This seminar fosters critical thinking and empowers students to address pressing global challenges, providing a deeper understanding of politics, human rights, and their intersection with international migration.