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RSVP Today- April 12- Escaping Violence: New Approaches to Forced Migration

RSVP Today- April 12- Escaping Violence: New Approaches to Forced Migration

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility invites you to a conference, Escaping Violence: New Approaches to Forced Migration, on Friday,…

“First thing we do, we kill all the lawyers”:  How Trump’s immigration policies have been (largely) stopped in the courts. A conversation with law professor Peter Margulies.

“First thing we do, we kill all the lawyers”: How Trump’s immigration policies have been (largely) stopped in the courts. A conversation with law professor Peter Margulies.

Lawyers–outraged by the Trump Administration’s harsh policies against immigrants–have brought scores of cases challenging the President’s actions.  They have been…

Border Tragedies–A Tempest Tossed Essay by Alex Aleinikoff on Trump border policies

Border Tragedies–A Tempest Tossed Essay by Alex Aleinikoff on Trump border policies

The death of 7 year old Jakelin Caal while in Border Patrol custody is a tragedy, and it is sadly…

Tempest Tossed Pre-Election Edition: All Trump all the time— a conversation with Roberto Suro, professor of journalism and public policy at the University of Southern California

Tempest Tossed Pre-Election Edition: All Trump all the time— a conversation with Roberto Suro, professor of journalism and public policy at the University of Southern California

President Trump has dominated the pre-election news by returning to a theme that probably brought him the Presidency— immigration. Roberto…

Inciting Fear:  Trump and the “Caravan”–a conversation with Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow at the Migration Policy Institute

Inciting Fear: Trump and the “Caravan”–a conversation with Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow at the Migration Policy Institute

According to Donald Trump, a group of several thousand Hondurans fleeing violence and poverty who are on foot and 1000…

News Alert: Under Threat At Home, Refugee Scholars Find Academic Havens At U.S. Universities

News Alert: Under Threat At Home, Refugee Scholars Find Academic Havens At U.S. Universities

The Zolberg Institute is honored to be part of the New University in Exile Consortium, which launched on September 6 at an event convened at The New School and hosted by Alex Aleinikoff, Zolberg Institute Director. Check out NPR’s coverage of the Consortium.