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Authors of a new year-long study of reception and reintegration services in Mexico and the Northern Triangle will 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.
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, will explore what the future holds for immigrant integration in Europe and the challenges policymakers will likely face.
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.
The Member States of the United Nations will convene in December to adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration (GCM). Ahead of the adoption, this side event in Marrakech (open only to those with GFMD credentials) will consider the coordination and mechanisms most needed to achieve the commitments laid out in the GCM.
More than 3 million Venezuelans have fled in response to the deepening political and economic crisis in their country, and in this webinar experts from Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru discuss the responses in these countries to the sudden arrival of hundreds of thousands of newcomers. They also discuss the prospects for future policy responses in the region.
In advance of the December 2018 adoption of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration and its commitment to facilitate the return, readmission, and reintegration of migrants, this webinar examines the policies, practices, and contextual factors that make compulsory returns such a difficult issue for international cooperation, and the programs that are being implemented to make reintegration of returnees sustainable.
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.
A discussion of the project ChildMove, which provides vital new research into the experiences of young unaccompanied refugees and migrants who have travelled across Europe.
This event focuses on the changing face of Mexican migration to the United States, Mexican immigrants' contributions to U.S. society and political and economic power, as well as that of those who have returned to Mexico.
Marking the release of an MPI brief that articulates a new adult education program model, this webinar features a discussion among immigration and legal services, adult education, and digital learning experts. The webinar includes a discussion of strategies to implement the English Plus Integration model, which would maintain a central focus on English language acquisition while also building skills necessary for successful immigrant integration.
Speakers on this webinar explore what untapped potential behavioral insights may hold for immigrant integration policy, and how policymakers can start fitting this approach into their work.
This MPI Europe webinar examines how governments can better equip newcomers—and indeed citizens—with the skills to thrive in the job markets of the future. And beyond preparing public services and contribution-based benefit schemes for the changing world of work, what are the alternative ways that can be developed for those newcomers unable to find work to meaningfully and measurably contribute to society?
Faced with a growing case backlog in the U.S. asylum system and seeking to reduce humanitarian protection claims at the U.S.-Mexico border, the Trump administration has made efforts to narrow access to asylum. On this webinar, experts discuss findings from a report that explores the factors that have brought the system to a crisis point and steps that can be made to restore it.
Experts on this webinar discuss efforts being undertaken in Maryland to serve refugee families with young children through tailored, trauma-informed approaches that address their specific mental health needs.
As the final phase of preparations for the historic adoption of a Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration approaches, this webinar explores two central objectives of the compact: enhancing the availability and flexibility of pathways for regular migration, and investing in skills development.
A book discussion with author Alfredo Corchado and experts on the nature of U.S.-Mexico immigration and the role of Mexican migrants in the United States.
Experts on this webinar discussed the effects of trauma on the development of young refugee children, and how early child-care programs can address these traumatic experiences. The discussion featured practical strategies that child-care providers in Canada are implementing to support refugee children and families.
At a time of intense and fast-moving action on immigration, 2018's Immigration Law and Policy Conference offered an excellent opportunity to go beyond the headlines with thoughtful analysis from leading experts.
A Spanish language webinar examining the operation of today’s interior enforcement system and how state and local governments, civil society, and consulates are responding.