Immigration Policy and Reform in Europe, Russia and the United States

Edward Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) 302-P

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 The Institute for the Study of International Migration invites you to:

 

Immigration Policy and Reform 

in Europe, Russia and the United States

 

Olga Gulina, Visiting Fellow, Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center

Sarah Perret, Visiting Fellow, BMW Center for German and European Studies

Olivier Vonk, Visiting Fellow, Institute for the Study of International Migration


Please join us for a panel discussion over lunch, where renowned experts from Europe will compare and discuss the increasingly salient and controversial issues pertaining to immigration law and policy, focusing on naturalization, citizenship and statelessness in Europe and Russia.  Given the current climate here in the United States, the panelists will also field questions and reflect upon U.S. immigration policy and prospects for reform; in particular, legislation for undocumented children, security concerns, and national identity.  A light lunch will be served.

 

WHEN:

12:00pm

Wednesday, 16 January, 2013

WHERE:

ICC 302-P 

(Conference Room in the space occupied by the Global Human Development Program beside 'More Uncommon Grounds' on the 3rd floor)

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CONTACT:

Abbie Taylor (act64@georgetown.edu)