Marking the release of a new MPI report, this webcast will consider the importance of community consultation in the rapidly evolving U.S. refugee resettlement landscape and explore actionable steps toward a more inclusive, collaborative, and adaptable process.
This webinar will examine the challenges that refugees and other migrants face in—and place on—secondary cities, municipal capacity to respond to needs, the types of support required at national and other levels, and how development actors can better partner with secondary cities and local actors. The discussion will feature the launch of a related report.
With the Global Refugee Forum approaching, this webcast explores how municipalities and other key stakeholders can be engaged in informing and delivering on the 2024 resettlement and complementary pathways pledges.
White House, Department of Health and Human Services, and national advocacy officials review executive-branch efforts related to language access provision, discuss upcoming actions, and explore opportunities to improve the provision of information and services in languages other than English in federal programs.
Climate experts and regional authorities outline the challenges related to climate change and human mobility that local communities and national governments are confronting in Eastern Africa, and offer key recommendations for future policies and programs in the region and beyond.
Speakers on this CAPS-EU webinar examined the challenges that hinder refugee participation in sponsorship program design and explore meaningful ways, tools, and mechanisms to effectively expand refugees’ role in current and future programmes.
This webinar convenes international experts to consider what is known about public opinion and narratives on refugees and what this means for the Ukrainian crisis. How can immediate post-crisis solidarity be harnessed and made more sustainable?
As the European Union unveils its new skills and talent package, this MPI Europe webinar explores how Europe can address its labor market needs at a time of great upheaval, and the role that immigration and immigrant integration policy can play in helping propel Europe’s economic recovery.
With the United States having 11.3 million unfilled positions as of March 2022 and facing an aging population, declining fertility, and shifting skills needs, what role can immigration serve in fulfilling labor market needs, particularly in the area of health care? Experts will explore on this webinar.
This event explored changing migration patterns from Guatemala, how policymakers and development practitioners can help create livelihood options and address other drivers of migration, and the broader lessons for policy approaches in sending and receiving countries that could help better manage migration and provide alternatives to irregular migration.
This conversation with policymakers and practitioners reflects on the progress made in the past three years to better integrate gender into reintegration programs for returned migrants, ongoing challenges, and how the International Migration Review Forum in May offers a critical moment to promote good practices.
In this webinar, speakers examine the critical role of child care provided by family, friends, and neighbors (FFN) for immigrant families and program and policy approaches to more equitably serve and support FFN caregivers.
Este webinar marca la publicación de un informe que examina el marco institucional y las iniciativas del estado de Costa Rica que apoyan la integración de migrantes y refugiados, un área de política particularmente crítica a medida que la población inmigrante continúa creciendo.
MPI’s 20th Anniversary Conference featured the Director-General of the International Organization for Migration, António Vitorino, in an armchair conversation with MPI co-founder and President Emeritus Demetrios G. Papademetriou, as well as a panel discussion with UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi and MPI co-founder Kathleen Newland and KIND President Wendy Young.