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“Migration in a Changing World,” Remarks by Jonathan Fanton

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton describes the Foundation's efforts to better understand migration patterns and support better migration governance. Read More

"Untapped Talents of Educated Immigrants"

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“Beyond GFMD: From Advocacy to Policy to Action,” Remarks by Jonathan Fanton at the Global Forum on Migration and Development

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton relates the Foundation's efforts to gather data and advance sound policy on migration around the world. Read More

"Code Aims to Aid Nurses"

From The Washington Post
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Group Moves to Prevent Unethical Recruitment of Foreign Educated Nurses

A Task Force representing unions, health care organizations, educational and licensure bodies, and recruiters today released the Voluntary Code of Ethical Conduct for the Recruitment of Foreign-Educated Nurses to the United States. Read More

Global Migration

MacArthur takes an explicitly global view on population movement, with an emphasis on international migration. Read More

Remarks by Jonathan Fanton Upon Visit of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton discusses the Foundation's commitment to UN Millenium Development Goal #5 and applauds Annan's leadership on climate change and non-proliferation. Read More

White House Council on Economic Advisors Cites Grantee Research

"Immigration's Economic Impact" cites research by MacArthur grantee and economist Giovanni Peri which helps demonstrate immigration's benefits to the U.S. economy. Read More

"International Migration Trends," Presentation by John Slocum at Chicago Matters event

MacArthur Director of Global Migration and Human Mobility John Slocum discusses international immigration trends and describes the Foundation's own emerging grantmaking activities in the field of international migration. Read More

Minority Populations Spread Out Across U.S.

Asians, blacks, and Hispanics make up make up the majority of population gains in fast-growing metro areas like Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Orlando, according to a report from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. The report also ... Read More
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"The New Americans" Documentary Film

This 7-part series highlights the diversity of contemporary immigrant experiences through the stories of several families and individuals from different countries seeking new lives in the United States. Read More
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"Farmingville" Documentary Film

"Farmingville", directed by Catherine Tambini and Carlos Sandoval, explores the diverse perspectives of the residents of a Long Island town, in the wake of an act of violence against two Mexican day laborers. Read More