Understanding that multimedia is an essential and powerful tool in sharing evidence-based research, disseminating knowledge and encouraging dialogue, CMS incorporates multimedia into many of its research projects, publications, events and other programs. This page serves as an archive of CMS’s podcasts and videos.
CMSOnAir is CMS’s podcast featuring audio interviews with government officials, experts and advocates on various migration, refugee and population issues. Past episodes include conversations with US Senator Charles Schumer on the prospects for immigration reform and former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on the intersection between international migration, refugee protection and national security. Subscribe to CMSOnAir on iTunes or listen on Soundcloud.
Migration Experts Series
The CMS Migration Experts Series features video interviews with academics, researchers and experts at the forefront of international migration scholarship and practice. Watch the Migration Experts Series on YouTube.
Several CMS events are regularly filmed and livestreamed. Full video recordings of these events are made available to the public through YouTube.
CMSOnAir features an interview with Ron Nixon, a Washington correspondent for the New York Times who covers homeland security issues, including immigration, border and aviation security; cyber security and cyber crime, counterterrorism and violent extremism.
This timely episode of CMSOnAir features an interview with Linda Rabben, Associate Research Professor at the University of Maryland, on the refuge and protection of migrants and refugees – also known as ‘sanctuary.’ Professor Rabben traces sanctuary back to its faith traditions and examines its central role in past and present movements that sought to welcome, support, shelter and advocate for vulnerable populations. Her research has just been released in a second edition of her book, Sanctuary and Asylum: A Social and Political History (University of Washington Press 2016).
Susan F. Martin, Donald G. Herzberg Professor Emeritus in International Migration at Georgetown University, discusses her paper, “New Models of International Agreement for Refugee Protection.”