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New School Migration Scholars Featured in the Special Issue of Politics & Society “The Rights of Noncitizens.”

The Zolberg Center on Global Migration proudly announces the latest issue of Politics & Society. The special issue “The Rights of Noncitizens” features papers originally presented at the workshop “The Rights of Noncitizens? Immigration, Boundaries, and Citizenship in Contemporary Democratic Politics.” The event, held in 2012 at the New School of Social Research, was co-sponsored by …

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The Detention Dilemma: Families, Security and Immigrant Rights

Thursday, February 23, 2012 The Obama administration has just announced a plan to allow some undocumented immigrants to apply for a green card without having to return to their home country. The proposal is widely seen as an effort to reduce the forced separation of immigrant families. Last year the administration announced it would shift …

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The Impact of Intellectuals Abroad: Transnational Influences Since World War II

May 25-26, 2011 This workshop, organized by Middlebury College and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, focuses on the dispersal, exile, and other movement of intellectuals (broadly defined) across national borders since World War II. Topics of discussion include ways in which migrant or exiled intellectuals from particular nations or regions have met the …

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To Protect and Promote? Sending States and Diasporas in Comparative Perspective

May 6-7, 2011 This event, co-sponsored by ICMEC and Global Studies, brings together leading scholars, students, and practitioners focusing on the relation between sending states and their diaspora populations with particular focus on state-led promotion and protection of citizens abroad. Keynote Panel | May 6 | 6:00-8:00 p.m. Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue Diasporas, Democracy, …

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ICMEC Borderlands

April 5, 2010 Borderlands: Post-communism at the Limits of Europe aims to explore the mexperiences of these European ‘others’ and ponder their possibilities for substantive democratization and durable change both in the immediate future and beyond. The film, Ca La Moldova, serves as an introduction to a broader discussion and debate with panelists from academia …

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ICMEC Border Angels

March 8, 2010 Global Studies, Eugene Lang College, Latin America Forum and the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC) invite you to the talk “Border Angels, Border Realities and Immigration Today” by Enrique Morones, founder and president of the Border Angels. This volunteer group was established in 1986 with the goal of saving …

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