2019 Open Borders Conference – 10/19

Photo: Bruno Catalano, Le Grand Van Gogh, Marseilles, France, 2013, source: Pinterest
Photo: Bruno Catalano, Le Grand Van Gogh, Marseilles, France, 2013, source: Pinterest

Join Free Migration Project this fall at the second Open Borders Conference in New York City. Complete event information is available here.

Update – Reserve your tickets by Wednesday, October 16, for a discounted price – $30 for general admission and $10 for students. (Fee waivers are available upon request.)

The one-day 2019 Open Borders Conference will be a space for activists, scholars, organizers, lawyers, students and members of the community to come together to learn what open borders might look like; why open borders would lead to dramatic increases in public safety, prosperity, and equality; and what it would mean to #AbolishICE.

Hear from keynote speakers Satsuki Ina and Michael Huemer, who will be joined by other experts in a day-long dialogue on the theory and practice of open borders immigration policy. One of the sessions will be a 1.5-credit Continuing Legal Education seminar for attorneys on the topic of legal advocacy for people taking sanctuary in churches (New York CLE credit application pending).

Free Migration Project advocates for recognition of migration as a basic human right, and we support the growing movement to abolish immigration enforcement and open the borders.

Please note that there is a nominal registration fee for the conference to help cover costs of the event:

Active student – $20 $10
General registration – $50 $30
CLE session (included in general registration) – $50 $30
Sponsor an Attendee or Donate – $100 / $250

**The conference fee may be waived based on financial need. To request a fee waiver, email david.bennion@freemigrate.org, or call or text (646) 441-0741.**

Where: 66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011

When: October 19, 10am-5pm

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