COVID-19 and Refugee Camps
Updates, staff changes, new courses added, etc.
The 1918 Pandemic and US Immigration Policy
Why Immigrant Workers Are Especially Vulnerable To COVID-19 Why Immigrant Workers are Especially Vulnerable to COVID-19 with Julia Gelatt
DACA Litigation and Advocacy in the Face of COVID-19
The End of Asylum? The New COVID-19 Border Rules
The Impact of COVID-19: Time to End Immigration Detention?
IMMIGRATION POLICY IN THE TIME OF COVID-19
Migration & Coronavirus: A Complicated Nexus Between Migration Management and Public Health Governments around the world have adopted significant migration management measures to try to contain and halt the spread of COVID-19. Border closures, travel restrictions, prohibitions on arrivals from certain areas, and heightened screening have been among the leading policy responses, initially to try …
We will learn many lessons from the coronavirus pandemic: the need for guaranteed universal health care and paid sick leave in the United States; the huge danger that comes from undermining federal experts and agencies; the ability to make very large financial commitments when crisis strikes. (Next up, climate change.) Less obvious is the lesson …
Summer Research grants now open for New School Faculty and Students The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility is pleased to announce the availability of summer research grants for Faculty and Graduate Students at The New School. Grants will provide support for faculty and graduate students pursuing work and scholarship related to themes of migration and mobility during Summer 2020. …