Authors of a year-long study of reception and reintegration services in Mexico and the Northern Triangle discuss the findings of their fieldwork, including the differing reintegration needs of individual migrant groups, promising reception and reintegration programs, ongoing challenges for origin communities, and policy recommendations to improve reintegration strategies.
At a time when the U.S. refugee resettlement program is facing an extraordinary set of pressures and challenges, MPI experts and state refugee coordinators from Utah and Colorado discuss findings from an MPI report that points to the promise of using a two-generation approach to strengthen refugee integration in the United States.
Marking the U.S. release of the 2019 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report, this event includes a presentation of the report and discussion on the implications of migration and displacement for education and how reforming curricula, pedagogy, and teacher preparation can impact attitudes toward diversity.
With more than 3 million Venezuelans having fled their country in crisis, this event features the release of an MPI-OAS reportthat examines the creative responses that host countries in Latin America are providing. These include the opening of legal pathways to residence, access to formal labor markets, and greater use of forms of ID for recognition. This discussion focuses on the responses, along with the challenges and opportunities ahead as Latin America integrates one of the fastest and largest streams of refugees and migrants.
The third Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion Conference aims to explore how innovations in living situations for refugees can promote community-driven inclusion, overcome divisions, facilitate economic opportunities, and foster a sense of ‘home’.
This conference, which is part of MPI Europe's Integration Futures Working Group initiative, explored what the future holds for immigrant integration in Europe and the challenges policymakers will likely face.
This conference offered law and policy analysis and discussion on cutting-edge immigration issues. Speakers included Senate Immigration Subcommittee Chairman Charles Schumer and Assistant Secretary for Immigration and Customs Enforcement John Morton.