Global Migration at the Kenan Institute for Ethics combines faculty and student-led research, innovative educational programs, and partnerships with practitioners and communities to explore the legal and moral issues that result from displacement, voluntary and forced migration, refugee camp life, and third-country resettlement. The work of the students, faculty, and practitioners together aims to shape debates about immigration and citizenship policy, both in the United States and abroad.
- Subjects of and for Central American-American Studies, Apr. 17
A one-day workshop; East Duke Building, Pink Parlor
- Workshop on UNHCR’s Global Action Plan to End Statelessness, May 30
A workshop on the identification of and plans to eradicate statelessness