Student Simulation Competition
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Are you ready to confront global migration challenges?
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?
What is the Student Simulation Competition?
The NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition is a day-long event that allows graduate students in public policy and related fields to test their skills on real-world data. This year, using a participatory simulation purpose-built for the competition by the Center for Leadership Simulation and Gaming, student teams will take on cabinet-level positions of a virtual country and make policy decisions that affect asylum seekers.
You can find more information on what to expect and how to participate here.
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