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Video May 18, 2011

The successful integration of immigrants and their children is an issue in which all levels of government, the general public, and, of course, immigrants themselves have an enormous stake. Twenty-seven million immigrants and their children have joined communities across the United States since 1990. During that time thousands of institutions — government, community, and business — have created an array of initiatives to assist this generation of immigrants in their journey to become Americans.



On May 18th, MPI hosted a timely conversation about how U.S. immigrant integration efforts are faring, and a reception honoring this year's recipients of the E Pluribus Unum Prizes, our national awards program for exceptional immigrant integration initiatives. This ceremony, honoring the 2011 recipients of the E Pluribus Unum Prizes, featured panel discussions and remarks by White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Cecilia Muñoz and Assistant Secretary of Education Brenda Dann-Messier. 

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Video, Audio May 23, 2012

During this MPI event on the role of national governments in immigrant integration, MPI President Demetrios G. Papademetriou leads a discussion on the complexities of managing effective immigrant immigration systems.

The discussion includes remarks and discussion from Rosario Farmhouse, High Commissioner for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue in Portugal; Alejandro Mayorkas, Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Jasenko Selimovic, State Secretary to the Minister for Integration in Sweden; Peter Sylvester, Associate Deputy Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Video, Audio October 21, 2014

The 11th annual Immigration Law and Policy Conference, keynoted by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez, featured panels on how states and cities are pursuing immigrant inclusion and integration policies; expected executive action on immigration by the Obama administration; the treatment of unaccompanied children from Central America; and innovations in government-funded legal counsel and accelerated court cases. Speakers include federal, state, and local officials, as well as attorneys, political prognosticators, the ambassador of El Salvador to the United States, advocates, attorneys, and academics.

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Audio January 28, 2010

Mexico has made significant efforts to help its migrants succeed in the U.S., including delivering an array of civic, health, education, and financial services to migrants through the government's Institute of Mexicans Abroad (IME). This panel discussion provided a brief overview of Mexican immigrants in the U.S., the role and function of Mexican consular officials concerned with this group, and reviewed the structure and foci of IME programs.

MPI experts were joined by Ambassador Carlos García de Alba, Executive Director, Institute for Mexicans Abroad discussed various goals, successes, and remaining challenges facing IME. Mexico's approach to its migrants is detailed further in Protection through Integration: The Mexican Government's Efforts to Aid Migrants in the United States, an MPI report released prior to this event.

Video, Webinars September 18, 2014

In this webinar, experts and policymakers from Europe and the United States discuss the relationship between immigration, residential segregation, community relations, and economic opportunities. This event concludes a Transatlantic Council on Migration series of papers on how cities and regions in North America and Europe can make the most out of immigration. 

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Audio, Webinars October 6, 2011

Under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, schools are required to provide information to parents in a “language they can understand.” Additionally, Executive Order 13166 makes clear the responsibility of all federally funded programs to uphold Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by ensuring meaningful access to programs and services for individuals regardless of their English proficiency. This webinar from MPI and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Bridging Refugee Youth & Children’s Services program explores federal requirements for providing interpretation and translation in schools and how select school districts in Minnesota and Colorado have managed requirements.

This is the latest from NCIIP’s language access webinar series exploring the policy and program implementation imperatives for government and community agencies serving Limited English Proficient populations. To access a toolkit for teachers and school personnel on translation and interpretation requirements developed by BRYCS, click here.

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U.S. Department of Education
Audio, Webinars September 16, 2014

A discussion on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, how its educational requirements may be impacting application rates, and recommendations for overcoming the education-success challenges that key subgroups of DACA-DREAM youth face. Webinar participants discuss findings of the report, Diploma, Please: Promoting Educational Attainment for DACA- and Potential DREAM Act-Eligible Youth, which offers a sociodemographic profile of DACA youth and highlights some promising programs, emerging models, and policy contexts in states such as California, Texas, New York, Illinois, Georgia, and Washington State.

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Video, Audio March 14, 2011

The MPI report, Executive Action on Immigration: Six Ways to Make the System Work Better, outlines recommendations for executive actions that the administration can implement to improve the immigration system even without legislative change. This discussion, to mark the release of the report, includes speakers Juan Osuna of the Justice Department's Executive Office for Immigration Review and Eva Millona of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition. Among the recommendations discussed: defining what constitutes effective border control, strengthening immigrant integration policy creation and implementation, and making use of prosecutorial discretion in removal proceeding filings.

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Audio, Webinars September 4, 2014

This event marks the release of the MPI brief Executive Action for Unauthorized Immigrants: Estimates of the Populations that Could Receive ReliefWith the Obama administration contemplating executive action in the immigration arena, immigrant-rights leaders, members of Congress, and others have proposed a number of options for executive action that President Obama could take to provide relief from deportation to more of the nation’s estimated 11.7 million unauthorized immigrants. Among the options are extending deferred action to populations beyond those eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and further refining the enforcement priorities that guide deportations. In this briefing, MPI experts unveil their findings, providing estimates of the numbers who may benefit from potential approaches to administrative relief.

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Audio, Webinars September 19, 2012

This webinar on language access contracting for federal, state, and local officials, agency administrators, and community stakeholders examines issues concerning the oversight and implementation of language access provision. Presenters include Neel Saxena, Grant Manager and Program Coordinator in the Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs within the District of Columbia's Executive Office of the Mayor; and Simone Richardson, Contracting Officer in the District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement. The webinar was moderated by MPI Policy Analyst Chhandasi Pandya.

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Deferred Action Workshop/Korean Resource Center 민족학교
Audio, Webinars August 6, 2014

This webinar covers the findings from MPI's report about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative and eligible populations two years after its implementation. In this briefing, MPI researchers present their analysis of the immediately and potentially eligible DACA populations nationally and for leading states, as well as broader sociodemographic findings, including English proficiency, educational attainment, poverty level, and more. They also discuss the broader implications of DACA for U.S. immigration and integration policy, as well as lessons that can be applied to the program’s next phase or possible executive action that might expand deferred action to other unauthorized immigrant populations. The webinar also introduces MPI's latest data tool, which provides estimates for the U.S. and 41 states of the current and potentially eligible DACA populations, as well as detailed profiles for the U.S. and 25 states.

Video, Audio April 19, 2012

The Migration Policy Institute celebrated its first decade as the authoritative, unimpeachable resource on immigration and immigrant integration analysis and policy design in the United States and internationally. From its humble beginnings, the Institute has grown both in size and influence as it strives to engage and help set smart policy that both benefits immigrants and their families, and the countries in which they settle.

You can read about the Institute’s accomplishments here.

In this video, MPI President Demetrios G. Papademetriou discusses the past decade and next decade of MPI's work, engaging in thoughtful, fact-based research and analysis of migration and refugee policies in the United States and internationally, followed by comments from award recipients The Honorable Romano “Ron” Mazzoli, U.S. House of Representatives (D-KY, 1971-95); Aryeh Neier, President, Open Society Foundations; and Uyen Nguyen and James Huy Bao, Co-Founders of the OneVietnam Network. MPI's Kathleen Newland and Doris Meissner also provide remarks.   

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Internationals Network for Public Schools
Audio, Webinars June 18, 2014

This webinar exploring findings from MPI's report, Critical Choices in Post-Recession California: Investing in the Educational and Career Success of Immigrant Youth, which focuses on the implications of California's public education system reforms for the state's 3.3 million first- and second-generation immigrant young adults and their families. The report's authors, joined by Christopher Edley, Jr., and Shelly Spiegel-Coleman, discuss the critical choices California policymakers make as the state emerges from a deep budget crisis and decides where to make new investments in education.

Video August 12, 2011

Over the past several decades the number of children from immigrant families who attend U.S. schools has grown dramatically. Children who enter U.S. schools speaking a language other than English are called English Language Learners (ELLs).

In this video, Michael Fix and Margie McHugh, Co-Directors of the MPI’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, examine the distribution of ELLs in schools across the United States and key indicators of  their performance on standardized tests n hopes of informing the public discussion on ELL students.

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Audio, Webinars June 2, 2014
This webinar discusses the report Immigrant Parents and Early Childhood Programs: Addressing Barriers of Literacy, Culture, and Systems Knowledge, which examines the growing population of young children ages 8 and under with an immigrant parent, and the parents' engagement with early childhood care and education programs. Presenters include the report's authors as well as Miriam Calderon, former Senior Policy Advisor for Early Learning with the White House Domestic Policy Council, and Eliza Leighton, Director of Promise Neighborhood Langley Park Program with CASA de Maryland.
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Audio, Webinars May 14, 2014

This webinar offers a discussion of recent estimates compiled by MPI on "brain waste" (unemployment or employment in jobs significantly below education and skill levels) among foreign-born nurses, engineers, and teachers. The discussion also focused on three state-level initiatives—in Illinois, Massachusetts, and Washington State—that are working to address challenges faced by immigrants and refugees with degrees and training in these fields. Representatives from the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, OneAmerica, and the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition discuss their analysis and efforts on these issues. Read the fact sheets for the U.S. and a dozen key states here.

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Audio June 14, 2010

This briefing focuses on migrants' higher rates of on-the-job injuries. Discussion panelists include: Deborah Berkowitz, Chief of Staff, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor; John Howard, Director, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; Marc Schenker, Director, Migration and Health Research Center, University of California, Davis; Bruce Goldstein, Executive Director, Farmworker Justice; and Xochitl Castañeda, Director, Health Initiative of the Americas, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley.

Moderated by Michael Fix, Senior Vice President and Director of Studies at MPI.

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Georgia Gwinnett College
Audio, Webinars March 20, 2014

MPI experts, along with representatives from Gwinnett County Public Schools and the University of Georgia's Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education, discuss the educational experiences of Georgia’s first- and second-generation immigrant youth and where Georgia’s ambitious education reforms have met—or failed to meet—the needs of this growing population. 

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Video, Audio, Webinars December 3, 2014

A discussion with MPI experts of the less-examined aspects of President Obama's executive actions on immigration, with respect to immigration enforcement, legal immigration, and immigrant integration. The webinar also examines aspects of the deferred action program for unauthorized immigrants who are parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents, as well as expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

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Video, Audio February 27, 2014

This panel discussion on unaccompanied minors focuses on a report by Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) and the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies (CGRS) at UC Hastings College of the Law, A Treacherous Journey: Child Migrants Navigating the U.S. Immigration System. The panel moderated by Kathleen Newland, Director of the Refugee Protection Program at MPI, includes speakers Elizabeth Dallam, KIND National Legal Services Director; Lisa Frydman, CGRS Associate Director and Managing Attorney; Karen Musalo, GGRS Director; and KIND Executive Director Wendy Young. The discussion focuses on the conclusion that children face a U.S. immigration system created for adults that is not required to consider the child’s best interests. Unaccompanied children are not provided lawyers to help them navigate the complex requirements of immigration proceedings. The report is available at www.supportkind.org and www.cgrs.uchastings.edu.

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Video, Audio August 7, 2012

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is potentially one of the biggest initiatives U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will have undertaken. With this development, MPI has released an updated fact sheet, Relief from Deportation: Demographic Profile of the DREAMers Potentially Eligible under the Deferred Action Policy, estimating that there are approximately 1.76 million unauthorized immigrants who could potentially benefit from the initiative that has been issued.

MPI hosts this discussion with USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas talking about the application process and policies that the agency has announced to implement the administration’s deferred action program. Director Mayorkas’ presentation is followed by a panel discussion on additional questions and challenges of implementing the new program.

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Video, Audio February 19, 2014

This panel discussion, presented in cooperation with the Greek Embassy, explores how the 2014 Greek Presidency of the European Union and the United States can work to address the challenges of managing migration while meeting humanitarian obligations and nurturing economic growth. Speakers are: Ambassador of Greece to the United States Christos P. Panagopoulos; U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Anne Richard; MPI CEO Michael Fix; and moderator Demetrios G. Papademetriou, the President of MPI. As the 2014 Greek Presidency works to formulate the European Union’s next five-year program, two interconnected challenges have come to the fore: building a comprehensive migration system whose parts work harmoniously to meet humanitarian obligations and nurture economic growth and social cohesion, and doing so with very limited resources.

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Audio, Webinars May 8, 2012

This MPI webinar features U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) officials discussing the department’s efforts to improve communications with Limited English Proficient (LEP) communities in federal and federally-funded programs and activities.

Laureen Laglagaron, an Attorney-Advisor in the department’s Federal Coordination and Compliance Section of the Civil Rights Division and Christine Stoneman, Special Counsel in the Federal Coordination and Compliance Section will update on the progress of language access compliance at the federal level and discuss how the agency is continuing to provide oversight and technical assistance to states and localities as they too attempt to meet their language access responsibilities. This webinar is moderated by Chhandasi Pandya, a policy analyst at MPI’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy.

Video, Audio December 4, 2013

The Migration Policy Institute’s 2013 E Pluribus Unum Prizes awards ceremony held in Washington, DC in December 2013 included a panel discussion with the winners of the prizes, which honor exceptional immigrant integration initiatives in the United States. Moderator Margie McHugh, who co-directs MPI’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, discussed immigrant integration practice and policy with the winners: Allison Kokkoros of the adult-focused Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School in Washington, DC; Eva Millona of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition; Mihailo Temali of the Twin Cities-based Neighborhood Development Center; and Gayle Tang of Kaiser Permanente. The discussion also featured Felicia Escobar, Senior Policy Director for Immigration at the White House Domestic Policy Council, and Ronald G. Marlow, Assistant Secretary for Access and Opportunity, state of Massachusetts Executive Office of the Governor. For more on the E Pluribus Unum Prizes and the 2013 winners, visit integrationawards.org.

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Video, Audio December 7, 2011

This discussion based on the MPI report, Up for Grabs: The Gains and Prospects of First- and Second-Generation Young Adults, explores the gains that young adult immigrants or the U.S.-born children of immigrants have made in education and employment.Speakers include: Michael Fix, MPI Senior Vice President; Jeanne Batalova, MPI Policy Analyst; Andrew P. Kelly, Research Fellow, American Enterprise Institute; Raul Gonzalez, Director of Legislative Affairs, National Council of La Raza; and Margie McHugh, Co-Director, MPI’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy. 

Video September 24, 2013

The Mexican-origin population in Hawai’i represents a small, but fast-growing group, that is little examined. This briefing at the State Capitol in Honolulu, organized in conjunction with the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, marked the formal release of an MPI report that presents key demographic and socioeconomic information about this population in Hawai’i.

The briefing to discuss the report, Newcomers to the Aloha State: A Portrait of Mexicans in Hawaii, featured researchers Jeanne Batalova of MPI and the University of Hawaii's Monisha Das Gupta and Sue Haglund. The speakers discuss demographic characteristics and experiences of this population and the immigration enforcement and other policies affecting them. 

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Audio, Webinars September 21, 2011

Negotiations over reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) come at a critical moment for immigrant and Limited English Proficient (LEP) workers. There is broad consensus that LEP workers of varying educational backgrounds and levels of English proficiency and vocational skills are underserved by WIA's training services. The reauthorization debate presents an opportunity for analysts, workforce services professionals, and community stakeholders to consider how to redesign the WIA system and its investments in these important segments of the U.S. workforce. In this webinar, experts discuss barriers immigrant and LEP individuals face in accessing the WIA system, how a revitalized WIA could address these barriers, and the extent to which the current Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee's WIA reauthorization proposal addresses these barriers.

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Video, Audio August 14, 2013

August 15, 2013 marked the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which offers a two-year reprieve from deportation as well as work authorization for eligible unauthorized immigrants under 31 who entered the U.S. before the age of 16 and meet a number of other requirements.

During this chat, MPI researchers discuss their findings in a brief, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals at the One-Year Mark: A Profile of Currently Eligible Youth and Applicants, that provides the most up-to-date estimates of the current and prospective DACA population by educational attainment, English proficiency, state of residence, country of origin, age, gender, labor force participation, poverty, and parental status.

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Audio, Webinars August 3, 2011

Inadequate interpretation services, a lack of relevant translated materials and customer service that is not culturally competent often deter limited English proficient (LEP) individuals from accessing workforce services through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA)-funded One Stop system. This interactive webinar offered by the MPI's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy examines how New York and Illinois have broken down some of these barriers to proactively engage LEP communities to obtain workforce services.

The need to ensure meaningful access to WIA-funded employment and training services for the large share of U.S. low- and middle-skilled LEP workers is urgent, particularly in light of the tough job market and gloomy projections for the speed of recovery from the Great Recession. These featured approaches can serve as models as states attempt to meet workforce needs of LEP populations and comply with federal requirements.

Video July 23, 2013

The testimony of Margie McHugh, Co-Director of MPI's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security, U.S. House of Representatives.

McHugh's testimony pertains to the broad demographics of the population of young unauthorized immigrants brought to the United States as children and who have since established deep roots in the United States.

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Video, Audio March 18, 2011

In response to growing political pressure and a lack of action at the federal level, states increasingly are taking steps to combat illegal immigration. One of the most comprehensive and restrictive of these efforts is Arizona’s 2007 Legal Arizona Workers Act (LAWA), which attempts to reduce unauthorized workers by mandating the use of E-Verify, a national identity and work authorization verification system, and by imposing sanctions on employers who continue to hire unauthorized workers. Public Policy Institute of California research fellows Magnus Lofstrom and Sarah Bohn, and UC Berkeley professor of public policy Steven Raphael are issuing a new report that examines whether LAWA achieved its primary aims: reducing the unauthorized population, deterring their employment opportunities and improving employment outcomes of competing authorized workers. Their analysis also investigates whether Arizona’s legislation induced a shift away from formal employment.

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Video, Audio January 17, 2013

Consider this fact: One in four children in the United States is the child of an immigrant. The well-being of these children does and continues to have a profound impact on the social and economic strength of this country. With that in mind, the Migration Policy Institute's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy convened a major public policy research symposium focused on young children of immigrants in the United States.

While policies that crucially influence the development of young children (birth through age 10) of immigrants are typically examined through a specific policy lens, this conference lies uniquely at the intersection of not just early education and health but immigration policy. 

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Video, Audio September 20, 2010

The MPI report, Still an Hourglass? Immigrant Workers in Middle-Skilled Jobs, challenges conventional wisdom about the immigrant workforce, using a sophisticated new method of analysis that permits deeper examination of how workers— immigrant and native-born — fare by economic sector, skill level of their jobs, and educational attainment. The report offers detailed findings for the economy as a whole and within key sectors, tracing workers’ progress in the labor market into the recession.

The findings hold significant policy implications for the nation’s work-preparing institutions and for how they can provide workers with credentials and language skills necessary to obtain jobs that pay family-sustaining wages. This panel discussion for the release of the report reflects on findings and possible policy implications.

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Video, Audio December 14, 2012

In 2010, nearly one in four U.S. children under 18 was the child of an immigrant. Latino, Black, Asian, and multiracial children together are nearing a majority of the nation’s children. Not surprisingly, scholarship has focused on the largest immigrant groups: the children of Latinos and Asians. Far less academic attention has been paid to the rapidly diversifying Black immigrant child population.

To examine this population, MPI has released a major volume, Young Children of Black Immigrants in America: Changing Flows, Changing Faces, which provides demographic overviews of Black immigrants in the U.S. and their children. The event discussion will touch on the intersection of race and immigration, will focus on the demographics of this population, their educational success, and implications of the volume’s findings.

Video May 18, 2010

The 2010 E Pluribus Unum Prizes award winners were honored at the second annual awards ceremony in Washington, DC, on May 18, 2010. The winners were given the Prizes awards because of their exceptional immigrant integration initiatives. The Prizes seek to reward exemplary efforts that uphold and inspire the ideal of "out of many, one" and motivate others to take on the important work of helping immigrants and their children join the mainstream of U.S. society as well as build stronger ties between immigrants and the native-born.

Winners are the Illinois New Americans Integration Initiative; the Latino Community Credit Union in Durham, NC; Tacoma Community House in Tacoma, WA; and Upwardly Global in San Francisco, CA. McDonald's Corp. of Oak Brook, IL, received the sole honorable mention.

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Video, Audio September 24, 2012

The winners of the Migration Policy Institute's 2012 E Pluribus Unum Prizes, honoring exceptional immigrant integration initiatives in the United States, discuss their work during a plenary luncheon on September 24, 2012 at the National Immigrant Integration Conference. The conference was held in Baltimore, MD.

During a Q&A with MPI Senior Vice President Michael Fix, Hassan Jaber, Executive Director of ACCESS (the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services); Aida Cardenas, Executive Director of Building Skills Partnership; Shelly Spiegel-Coleman, Executive Director of Californians Together; and Sheldon Caplis, South Atlantic Region Director of Citi Community Development, discussed key aspects of their work. At discussion's end, the winners received their E Pluribus Unum Prizes from Brad Davidson, a trustee of the J.M. Kaplan Fund, which generously funds the prizes program.

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Video, Audio May 20, 2009

The E Pluribus Unum Prizes awards recognize outstanding immigrant integration initiatives of all types, whether led by nonprofit or community organizations, businesses, public agencies, religious groups, or individuals.

Award winners in 2009, the inaugural year of the E Pluribus Unum Prizes program: AVANCE-El Paso, City of Littleton, CO Immigrant Integration Initiative, Internationals Network for Public Schools, and Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition. The awardees were honored at a reception at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC on May 20.

At the reception, representatives from each organization were given the opportunity to discuss current impact and future goals of their initiatives. 

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E Pluribus Unum Prizes Panel Discussions and Awards Ceremony

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August 12, 2011

In this video, Michael Fix and Margie McHugh examine key indicators of ELL students' performance on standardized tests, among other topics.

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August 3, 2011

This interactive language access webinar, one in a series offered by the Migration Policy Institute's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, examines how New York and Illinois have broken down some of these barriers to proactively engage LEP communities to obtain workforce services.

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July 14, 2011

This Migration Policy Institute webinar discusses labor enforcement laws during the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations and chronicles gaps in labor protection.

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June 13, 2011

This Migration Policy Institute event was held to discuss the release of MPI'sbook, Migration and the Great Recession: The Transatlantic Experience, which reviews how the financial and economic crisis of the late 2000s marked a sudden and dramatic interruption in international migration trends.

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May 18, 2011

This awards ceremony, honoring the 2011 recipients of the E Pluribus Unum Prizes — a national awards program for exceptional immigrant integration initiatives — featured panel discussions with the awardees and federal officials and remarks by White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Cecilia Muñoz and Assistant Secretary of Education Brenda Dann-Messier.

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April 26, 2011

The conference offered law and policy analysis and discussion on cutting-edge immigration issues. Featured panelists included high-ranking government officials, academics, advocates, and other immigration experts.

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March 30, 2011

Doris Meissner, Director of the U.S. Immigration Policy Program at MPI, offers her knowledge and expertise regarding border security in this testimony before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

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March 23, 2011

Please join us for this discussion on the situation of Colombian refugees in Panama and Ecuador; their living situations; legal status; their access to employment, health care, or education; and the treatment of groups of particular concern, like Afro-Colombian refugees, unaccompanied Colombian minors, and refugee women.

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May 15, 2009

MPI's symposium on citizenship examined immigrant civic and political participation, the notion of local voting rights for noncitizens, the concept and practice of dual citizenship, and the role of citizenship in immigrant integration.

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Video, Audio
June 9, 2010

Breakfast briefing with T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Demetrios G. Papademetriou, and Kathleen Newland.

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June 7, 2010

Briefing and discussion of the release of the latest paper by MPI's Labor Markets Initiative: The Impact of Immigrants in Recession and Economic Expansion.

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June 3, 2010

MPI report release with Dovelyn Rannveig Agunias, Luzviminda Padilla, Jeni Klugman, and Kathleen Newland, which examines the Philippines' large and sophisticated system of overseas labor deployment.

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May 25, 2010

A discussion on possible reforms to the immigration adjudication system and the recent report on the topic by the American Bar Association's Commission on Immigration.

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April 22, 2010

'Securing Human Mobility' book release discussion with Susan Ginsburg, Michael German, Luis Rubio, and Donald M. Kerwin.

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April 12, 2010

Public Policy Institute of California researchers Magnus Lofstrom and Laura Hill discuss their research examining the potential labor market outcomes and other possible economic effects of a legalization program.

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March 22, 2010

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Alejandro Mayorkas details his agenda for his agency and discusses top priorities for USCIS.

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January 28, 2010

This panel discussion provided a brief overview of Mexican immigrants in the U.S., the role and function of Mexican consular officials in aiding this population, and reviewed the structure and foci of the Mexican government's Institute of Mexicans Abroad.

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