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The balance of (migration) power in North America: Critical reflections on the eve of the 2020 US presidential election

The past four years have seen momentous change in American immigration, asylum and border policies. Join our panel as we take stock of the last four years of the impacts of US immigration policy and critically reflect on the potential for continuity or change in the region. 

The Migration Working Group series provides researchers with the opportunity to present their ongoing projects, learn about each other’s work and share feedback. Here is the first tranche of our 2020/2021 series:

The politics and discourses of in/exclusion, October 27, 2020

Migrants and migration governance in Canada, November 24, 2020 

Migration challenges around the world, January 26, 2021

Policies and realities of socio-economic integration: comparative insights, February 23, 2021

The CERC in Migration and Integration supports graduate students and emerging research scholars with research training opportunities.  Migration Research Gyms provide specialized methodology and professional development training through intensive workshops. The small class setting emphasizes mentorship and hands-on learning.

Upcoming workshops:

Notes:  **Waitlist only as of September 18

Join the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration program for its second annual international conference. Our 2021 conference will investigate the impact of technological change on the future of work and how this is transforming labour migration around the world.

Due to COVID-19 health protocols, we have made the decision to hold our conference online. We expect to publish a conference schedule by mid-October, but you can preview our exciting lineup of confirmed speakers in our preliminary program below.  Be sure to register early so that we can keep you informed of how you will be able to participate in Migration and the Future of Work.

Registration opens Nov. 1, 2020

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