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Kate Brick

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Kate Brick

Kate Brick is a former Associate Policy Analyst with MPI's International Program, where she also worked for the Transatlantic Council on Migration. Prior to joining MPI, Ms. Brick was Program Associate for the Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. 

Ms. Brick received her master’s in international affairs with a focus in social policy and immigration at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. While pursuing her MA, she worked with the Open Society Institute, the Open Society Foundation for South Africa, Unbound Philanthropy, and the International Rescue Committee. She received her bachelor of the arts degree magna cum laude from George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs in Latin American studies.

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Policy Briefs
December 2011
By Kate Brick
Reports
August 2011
By Marc R. Rosenblum and Kate Brick
Reports
June 2011
By Kate Brick, A.E. Challinor, and Marc R. Rosenblum
Video, Audio
July 16, 2010

This discussion is an overview of a report undertaken by a team at the Columbia University School of International Public Affairs which examines the U.S. refugee resettlement Program and offers a strong set of recommendations and observations about the program.

Immigrant legalizations in the United States and Europe ("regularizations" in the EU context) have been used repeatedly for broad and discrete groups of immigrants. A look at how these programs have been implemented historically and the political and policy implications they face today.