Migration/Immigration

News in “Migration/Immigration”

Page 6 of 12. Return to the Migration/Immigration topic tag page 

Thumbnail for Crisis Migration Convening

Crisis Migration Convening

In February 2013, MacArthur brought together experts to explore the concept of “crisis migration,” a term meant to capture the complex interactions between humanitarian crises and human mobility. Read More
Thumbnail for Assessing Alternatives to Immigration Detention in Mexico

Assessing Alternatives to Immigration Detention in Mexico

Each year, an average of 70,000 international migrants are detained by Mexican immigration authorities. A report from the MacArthur-supported International Detention Coalition asserts that immigration detention infringes upon international standards and human rights, and puts ... Read More
Thumbnail for Revealing Immigration Issues Through Data

Revealing Immigration Issues Through Data

Web developers, journalists, and software engineers joined forces at the Chicago Migrahack, a “hackathon” designed to promote the use of technology and open data to reveal issues surrounding immigration. Read More
Thumbnail for Demographic Methodology Provides Fuller Profile of Unauthorized Immigrant Population in the U.S.

Demographic Methodology Provides Fuller Profile of Unauthorized Immigrant Population in the U.S.

A brief issued by the MacArthur-supported Migration Policy Institute offers a current demographic profile of noncitizens in the United States based on the first national self-reported data regarding legal status. Using data generated by a U ... Read More

"On the Front Lines of Food Safety"

From The New York Times
Read More
Thumbnail for Contributing to a Stronger American Democracy: President’s Essay

Contributing to a Stronger American Democracy: President’s Essay

In his annual essay, MacArthur President Robert Gallucci focuses on what MacArthur is doing to help strengthen American democracy. Read More
Thumbnail for Advancing Regional Competitiveness through Collaboration on Migration

Advancing Regional Competitiveness through Collaboration on Migration

The report outlines the powerful demographic, economic, and social forces that are reshaping Mexico and much of Central America and changing longstanding migration dynamics with the United States. Read More
Thumbnail for Assessing Migrant Recruitment and Contracting Abuses

Assessing Migrant Recruitment and Contracting Abuses

Despite international standards to protect migrant workers, their labor rights are frequently abused, especially if they have immigrated in an irregular fashion. Read More
Thumbnail for ‘The Back of the Line’: Explaining Immigration Lines, Wait Times, Visa Categories

‘The Back of the Line’: Explaining Immigration Lines, Wait Times, Visa Categories

Contrary to popular belief, there is not one “line” that leads to legal permanent residence in the United States; current immigration law provides multiple paths to permanent residency. Read More