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In a year when immigration policy is prominent in the headlines, the 14th annual conference will offer timely policy and legal analysis on U.S. immigration policy, with expert discussion on topics ranging from immigration enforcement to executive orders to changes in refugee resettlement, among other topics.
This webinar examines critical gaps in the research and evaluation of refugee resettlement programs and recommendations for improving evidence gathering and knowledge sharing between resettlement countries.
On this webinar, speakers explore the recent involvement of the tech sector in refugee protection and integration, and discuss the broader digital infrastructure needs of refugee camps and services.
As the Trump administration makes significant changes to border policy and Congress considers potential funding for a border wall, this discussion focuses on the recent and current state of the U.S.-Mexico border, in terms of the effectiveness of enforcement strategies, crossing trends, and what these changing realities mean for the United States and Mexico.
As President Trump’s 100th day in office approaches, this MPI discussion examines the administration’s actions related to U.S. immigration policy and possible steps forward.
The increasing strength of Marine Le Pen’s National Front ahead of the French elections, along with the recent Dutch elections, Brexit, and Donald Trump's election to the White House demonstrate how immigration is a motivating issue for increasing numbers of voters. This webinar explores the implications of this support for radical change.
Marking the release of an MPI report, researchers and practitioners on this webinar discuss brain waste among college-educated immigrants and initiatives that ease the barriers foreign-educated newcomers confront with regards to credential recognition, employment, and relicensure, as well as recent policy developments and ongoing challenges in the field.
Amid implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act, this discussion focuses on practices and options that states could adopt to hold schools accountable for English Learners’ achievement in the fairest and most accurate manner.
As the Trump administration assumes office and the impacts of rescinding DACA are under review, MPI hosts a discussion with University of California President Janet Napolitano; Donald Graham, cofounder of TheDream.Us; and Ike Brannon, Visiting Fellow at the CATO Institute.
A discussion on longer-term interventions the European Union may pursue to find solutions for asylum seekers, including cooperation with other countries on migration management.
A report release and presentation of first-ever U.S. estimates on the actual economic costs of skill underutilization for immigrants, their families, and the U.S. economy, in terms of forgone earnings and unrealized federal, state, and local taxes.
On this webinar, speakers discuss findings from a report that analyzes U.S. parent population data and draws from a field study of select two-generation programs that serve immigrant and refugee families.
A panel discussion in Brussels on the future of cooperation at European and international levels on migration policy, in the wake of the United Nations summit.
A book discussion that explores the different facets of maritime migration and the challenges governments, civil society, the private sector, and international organizations face in tackling this issue together.
A discussion featuring data on immigration trends and farm labor that could help inform future reform debates, including what adjustments farm employers are making, including increased mechanization, improved wages and benefits, and the increased use of the H-2A program.
MPI experts discuss the outcomes from the UN Summit on Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants and President Obama's Leaders Summit on the Global Refugee Crisis and what it means for international cooperation on refugee protection and management of migration flows.
A discussion with Human Rights Watch researchers exploring the tenuous situation of Somali refugees in the Dadaab camp in Kenya.
Ahead of the UN High-Level Meeting on Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants, participants in this public roundtable discuss the root causes and challenges of the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean region and possible solutions and innovations.
Marking the release of an report, this webinar explores the key education funding mechanisms in place to support English Learners, public conversations about funding, and efforts to improve the equitable distribution of educational resources.
Marking the fourth anniversary of the implementation of the DACA program, this webinar presents findings on the most current estimates of potential DACA beneficiaries, trends in requests and application rates, and discussion of recent policy and political developments. Experts also discuss how DACA has affected the integration of qualifying young unauthorized immigrants.