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Migration, Displacement and Citizenship in an Urban World

More than ever, the city is the locus of human mobility. The majority of the world’s migrants and forcibly displaced live in urban areas. Migration continues to be a fundamental process to the development and growth of cities.  The role of cities in shaping mobility and that of migrants in shaping cities have been increasingly …

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In or Out? The Biden Administration’s Conflicting Messages on Immigration Policy

OCTOBER 6, 20214:00PM – 5:30PM EST During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden set out an ambitious immigration agenda, pledging to end many of the Trump Administration’s brutal policies. He would stop building the wall, restore refugee admissions, rebuild the asylum system, cancel rules that harmed low-income migrants, reduce detention of immigrants and rein in the …

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Abolish ICE?: What Does it Mean and What is at Stake?

Conference hosted by: Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at The New School September 21-23, 2021 What is at stake when people call to transform the immigration enforcement system? In recent years, immigration enforcement has gained increasing attention from the media, policy-makers, scholars, and the general public. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the fundamental …

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THE NEW SCHOOL RECEIVES $9.125 MILLION FROM ARNHOLD FOUNDATION

John and Jody Arnhold Renew the Arnhold Foundation Commitment to Educate Leaders in Human Mobility Research and Global Challenges New York, September 14, 2021 – The New School today announced a $9.125 million commitment by the Arnhold Foundation to benefit the university’s ongoing commitment to research on global issues. The University’s Zolberg Institute on Migration and …

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US Policy on Afghan Refugees: What Went Wrong and What Can Be Done

With the Taliban take-over in Afghanistan, thousands of Afghans have sought to flee the capital. A far larger displacement crisis is likely to occur in the coming days.  The U.S. response so far has been chaotic, with promises from the President to ensure that U.S. citizens find safety but no firm plans to help all …

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Author Discussion: On Refugees

The Zolberg Institute celebrated World Refugee Day by welcoming Alexander Betts, David Owen and Serena Parekh to discuss their newly published books on various refugee issues. Books Discussed The Wealth of Refugees: How Displaced People Can Build Economies, Alexander Betts, Oxford University Press, 2021 What Do We Owe To Refugees?, David Owen, Polity 2020 No Refuge: Ethics …

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Sanctuary Says

Citation: Migration and Society: Advances in Research 4 (2021): 16-18 © The Authors doi:10.3167/arms.2021.040103 Download the pdf Abstract: In 2018, the New School Working Group on Expanded Sanctuary collaboratively organized a series of workshops in New York to reflect on the question of sanctuary as a conceptual and practical starting point for cross-coalitional politics, including …

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Sanctuary in Countries of Origin: A Transnational Perspective

Author: Alexandra Délano Alonso  Citation: Migration and Society: Advances in Research 4 (2021): 84–98 © The Authors doi:10.3167/arms.2021.040109 Download the pdf Abstract: While current interpretations of sanctuary are most often associated with practices to protect, support, and accompany migrants with precarious status in countries of destination in the Global North, debates around the concept …

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