NASPAA -Batten Simulation Competition

The 21st century has seen a shift in learning from traditional models of teacher-student engagement to more experiential learning using case studies, capstone experiences, internships, and simulations. The NASPAA Simulation Competition was first designed in 2015 to support and encourage more experiential learning in the classroom, especially in the realm of public policy and administration education.

This year’s competition will focus on issues of forced migration and refugees. How can and should governments react to an influx of asylum seekers? What policies facilitate integration into the host society, which stymie it? What benefits can refugees contribute to a host country, and how do some government deprive themselves of those benefits?

Hosted by:  South Asian Institute  of Policy and Governance, North South University

Competition Date: 23 February 2019
Program Schedule: 22 & 23 February 2019
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