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Events

Events

Refugees in Slovakia.
IOM/Muse Mohammed
Upcoming Event
December 13, 2022

Join us for an armchair discussion with Monique Pariat, the European Commission’s Director General for Migration and Home Affairs, as she explores Europe’s rapid and unprecedented response to the Ukrainian displacement crisis and lessons that could apply in the U.S. context.

MPI Livestream
 

Kindergarten girl raises hand
EDUimages/Allison Shelley
Webinar
October 12, 2022

Language access policies and services are critical to promoting the equitable participation of Dual Language Learners and their families in early childhood programs, yet there are persisting participation gaps. This webinar outlines federal and state efforts to implement language access policies in the early childhood field, opportunities to improve language services, and more.

Jesuit houses sheltering families in Lyiv, Ukraine
Jesuit Refugee Service International/Sergi Camara
Webinar
October 11, 2022

Integration policy is often forged in the heat of crises, with limited resources to make improvements along the way. As a result, lessons from promising innovations often get lost. Failure to embrace an evidence culture in migrant integration may come at a high human, financial, and societal cost, as this MPI Europe webinar organized as part of the HORIZON SPRING project explores.

Evacuees prepare to board a C-17 at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Afghanistan
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Nicholas Guevara/Department of Defense
Webinar
August 10, 2022

Marking the one-year withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, this webinar reflects on the humanitarian and development challenges in Afghanistan and for neighbors, the difficult choices facing aid donors, and what needs to be done to ensure at-risk Afghans can reach safety.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and MPI's Doris Meissner at 2022 conference
Michelle Mittelstadt/MPI
Event
September 20, 2022

The conference featured fresh, thoughtful policy and legal analysis, and discussion of some of the top immigration issues by leading government officials, attorneys, policymakers, researchers, advocates, and other experts.

Closed until further notice in window due to the COVID 19 coronavirus pandemic
iStock/Jake Powell
Webinar
June 30, 2022

On this webinar, speakers examine how government strategies, practices, and instruments of integration policymaking have adapted during the pandemic both in Europe and North America, and what lessons there are for the future.

November 9, 2021

One out of four U.S. children has an immigrant parent. On this webinar, speakers explore the intersections between the immigration and child welfare systems, along with promising state and local practices that child welfare agencies can take to improve their responsiveness to the needs of these families and promote the well-being of these children.

Photo of classroom of Latino students
November 2, 2021

This webinar examines how the pandemic upended school life, the challenges for high school English Learners (ELs), state- and district-level efforts that can help ELs recover academically and address mental health needs, and the results of new research on the postsecondary aspirations of immigrant-background Latina/o students following the pandemic. 

Immigrant Integration After the Pandemic
November 1, 2021

This symposium features two panel discussions that will provide government and NGO perspectives from Canada and the United States on the challenges and opportunities that the COVID-19 pandemic poses for immigrant integration.

Photo of Syrian refugees receiving a medical screening prior to resettlement
October 28, 2021

This expert panel comprised of international and regional policy specialists, practitioners, advocates, and researchers will discuss the connections between refugee sponsorship and complementary pathways.

Spanish Language Posters from Illinois Department of Health at Health Festival
October 21, 2021

On this webinar, MPI researchers examine common features and notable areas of innovation they found in a scan of state and local language access laws and policies in more than 40 states, along with practical insights that local governments can employ as they face growing linguistic diversity in their communities. 

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Bogota Office Orientation and Assistance Point
October 14, 2021

In this webinar, speakers examine issues of integration and social cohesion in Colombia, and explore how the international community can support Colombia and other countries receiving significant numbers of Venezuelan migrants and refugees. They also discuss Colombian initiatives that seek to improve the situation for migrants as well as the host communities where they reside.

Conference Logo 2021
October 4, 2021

This virtual conference explores how the diverse landscape of partnerships, social enterprises, participatory models, and community-led initiatives spearheading social innovation for inclusion has fared during COVID-19. It also focuses on how this ecosystem can emerge strengthened from the pandemic, and be a vital force in addressing new humanitarian challenges.

Secretary Mayorkas keynotes 18th Immigration Law and Policy Conference
September 27, 2021

The 2021 annual Immigration Law and Policy Conference featured a keynote conversation with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas and top experts analyzing immigration in the early months of the Biden administration and sharing visions of the future and how immigration law and policy can respond to our changing world in a manner that is humane and in the national interest.

Community Gardens in Ecuador
September 20, 2021

En esta conversación, líderes de ciudades medianas examinan las respuestas sociales de la region que han resultado en la integración de nuevos migrantes en comunidades locales.

Refugees undergo PCR testing for COVID-19 before going to Europe
September 14, 2021

With COVID-19 likely to significantly reshape health-care systems in Europe and worldwide, speakers on this webinar reflect on the implications of the public-health crisis for migrant health and discuss promising innovations and strategies that ultimately could reduce the disparities in health care that already existed pre-pandemic for immigrants and other diverse populations—if undertaken in timely fashion.

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