Question FBQ1 :

_________a country in west Africa, is considered a key player in African migrations?
Answer: Nigeria

Question FBQ2 :

Return..............refer to the voluntary movements of immigrants Emigration
Answer: Migration

Question FBQ3 : The security threat posed by migration was underlined after the terrorist attacks on September 11th _______
Answer: 2001

Question FBQ4 : In 2000, a European Refugee ________was created
Answer: Fund

Question FBQ5 : The cold war between the USA and USSR ended in ____________
Answer: 1989

Question FBQ6 : The Amsterdam Treaty covered three fields of cooperation: immigration, asylum and external__________
Answer: Borders

Question FBQ7 :

Push and __________factors are the two major factors why people migrate to settle in a new location
Answer: Pull

Question FBQ8 :

An____________.is a person who has applied for international protection.
Answer: Asylum-seeker

Question FBQ9 : The International Organization for migration (IOM) handles issues concerning ___________
Answer: Migrants

Question FBQ10 :

Irregular migration is often described as constituting a threat to_______ sovereignty
Answer: State

Question FBQ11 : When irregular migration results in competition for scarce jobs, it can generate __________ sentiments within host populations
Answer: Xenophobic

Question FBQ12 : Victims of human _______are not free to decide on the activities in which they engage
Answer: Trafficking

Question FBQ13 :

Women constitute a substantial proportion of migrants with irregular status, they are confronted with __________ based discrimination
Answer: Gender

Question FBQ14 :

Migration where you leave one country to move to another is _________
Answer: Emigration

Question FBQ15 :

A___________ is good evidence of nationality, which necessitating a State to admit its own nationals to its territory
Answer: Passport

Question FBQ16 :

Irregular migration is the movement outside the regulatory.....................of
Answer: Norms

Question FBQ17 : In ___________ the General Assembly adopted a weak Declaration on Territorial Asylum
Answer: 1967

Question FBQ18 :

_____________ is the principal obligation not to return the refugee to the frontier of a territory where the refugee’s life of the persecution.
Answer: Non-refoulement

Question FBQ19 : Irregular migration can undermine the human security of the __________themselves
Answer: Migrants

Question FBQ20 : The role of __________law in regulating international migration is complex
Answer: International

Question FBQ21 :

The 1951 Convention identified __________ as major reason refugees flee their homes.
Answer: Persecution

Question FBQ22 : Customary international _______is the law that has evolved from the practice or custom of States
Answer: Law

Question FBQ23 : International migration law is divided along North-________ lines
Answer: South

Question FBQ24 : An asylum-_______ is a person who has applied for international protection.
Answer: Seeker

Question FBQ25 : The modern international system of states has its origins in the _________of Westphalia 1648
Answer: Treaty

Question FBQ26 : An attribute of sovereignty is the power of a State to regulate its territory by controlling the movement of people across its______
Answer: Borders

Question FBQ27 : The counterpart of the power of a _________to regulate who comes into its territory is its power to determine who can exit
Answer: State

Question FBQ28 : All States are under an obligation, under customary international law, not to ill-treat foreign ______present in their territory
Answer: Nationals

Question FBQ29 : The United Nations Organisation was created in _____________
Answer: 1945

Question FBQ30 : The United Nations High Commissioner for________ was established to provide international protection to refugees and seek permanent solutions for the problem of refugee
Answer: Refugees

Question FBQ31 : The IOM was established in 1951, but assumed its present name only in __________
Answer: 1989

Question FBQ32 : John Hicks, Nobel Prize laureate in Economics in_________, noted that wages are the main causes of migration
Answer: 1972

Question FBQ33 :

The slave_________ era was a major featured in the historical perspective of Africa international migration
Answer: Trade

Question FBQ34 : Whites were considered potential permanent immigrants, with African immigrants defined as____________
Answer: Foreign Natives

Question FBQ35 : Illegal as well as ___________migration to South Africa grew in the post- period
Answer: Legal

Question MCQ1 : The cold war which ended in 1989 was between the ______and USSR
Answer: USA

Question MCQ2 :

Push and _________ factors are the two major factors why people migrate to settle in a new location
Answer: Impulsive


Question MCQ3 :  

An Asylum-seeker is a person who has applied for ___________protection.
Answer: International

Question MCQ4 : The European Refugee Fund was created___________
Answer: 2000

Question MCQ5 :

Because women constitute a substantial proportion of migrants with irregular status, they are confronted with __________based discrimination
Answer: Gender

Question MCQ6 :

Migration within one country is _________migration
Answer: Internal

Question MCQ7 : The power of a State to control population movements is an inherent attribute of its_______________
Answer: Vote

Question MCQ8 : The aftermath of the terrorist attacks on September 11th _______ posted security threat posed to migration
Answer: 2001

Question MCQ9 : The United Nations General Assembly adopted a Declaration on Territorial Asylum in ____________
Answer: 1967

Question MCQ10 : Irregular migration can undermine the human security of the __________themselves
Answer: Migrants

Question MCQ11 : Customary international _______is the law that has evolved from the practice or custom of States
Answer: Law

Question MCQ12 : The 1985 Schengen Agreement and its ________ implementing Convention adopted measures to promote free movement of persons within Europe
Answer: 1990

Question MCQ13 : The International ___________ for Migration handles issues concerning migrants
Answer: Society

Question MCQ14 :

The ___________ Convention identified persecution as major reason refugees flee their homes.
Answer: 1951

Question MCQ15 :

Irregular ________is often described as constituting a threat to state sovereignty
Answer: Economics

Question MCQ16 : Treaties dealing with human smuggling and trafficking are directed towards suppressing exploitative_____________
Answer: Migrations

Question MCQ17 :

One of countries play a key role in African migrations
Answer: Nigeria


Question MCQ18 : ___________ law is the law that has evolved from the practice or custom of States
Answer: International

Question MCQ19 : The Convention on the Status of Refugees 1951 was amended in ____________
Answer: 1967

Question MCQ20 : All States are under an obligation, under customary international law, not to ill-treat foreign ______present in their territory
Answer: Nationals

Question MCQ21 : When irregular ________results in competition for scarce jobs, it can generate xenophobic sentiments within host populations
Answer: Trekking

Question MCQ22 : The United Nations Organisation was created in _____________
Answer: 1945

Question MCQ23 :

The opposite of the power of a State to regulate who comes into its territory is its power to determine who can_______________
Answer: Exit

Question MCQ24 : The International Labour Organization (ILO) deals with the sub-category of migrant____________
Answer: Workers

Question MCQ25 :

The law regarding the treatment of foreign nationals was already well developed by early _________ 
Answer: 20th century


Question MCQ26 : The International Bill of _________aims to promote respect for rights and freedoms of 'all peoples and all nations 
Answer: Rights

Question MCQ27 :

_______________ protested to the United Nations General Assembly the proposed expulsion of British subjects in 1956 and 1972
Answer: Britain

Question MCQ28 : The international labour organisation (ILO) established in ______ as part of the Treaty of Versailles
Answer: 1919

Question MCQ29 :

The United Nations High Commissioner for________ was established to provide international protection to refugees and seek permanent solutions for the problem of refugees
Answer: Refugees

Question MCQ30 :

The ________________trade era was a major featured in the historical perspective of Africa international migration
Answer: Slave



Question MCQ31 : Within the context of migration, homo sapiens have always been___________  
Answer: Homo movens

Question MCQ32 :  ___ is the internalized basic attitudes that provide orientation even in unforeseen situations never previously encountered
Answer: Habitus

Question MCQ33 : The slogan of _____ is an indication that teacher in- service training is essential to the teacher’s career
Answer: lifetime learning

Question MCQ34 : ___________ is a major factor that driven people into mass migration out of Africa
Answer: Poverty

Question MCQ35 : In the context of migration, Chinese and Indian indentured servants and low-wage workers were examples of globalized __________labour.
Answer: Cheap