Please join the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) for a webinar and discussion of the forthcoming CMS report, Social Determinants of Immigrants’ Health in New York City: A Study of Six Neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens by Jacquelyn Pavilon and Vicky Virgin.
On December 9 from 1:00 – 2:15 pm (ET), the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) and the Ready to Stay Coalition hosted a webinar and discussion of the CMS report, Ready to Stay: A Comprehensive Analysis of the US Foreign-Born Populations Eligible for Special Legal Status Programs and for Legalization under Pending Bills.
Please join the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) and co-sponsors the Price Center for Social Innovation at the University of Southern California and NETWORK, the national Catholic social justice lobby, for a webinar and discussion of the Journal on Migration and Human Security report, “Tax Equality for Immigrants: The Indispensable Ingredient for Remedying Child Poverty in the United States.”
On July 14, 2021, the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) hosted a webinar and discussion on its report, The CRISIS Survey: The Catholic Church’s Work with Immigrants in the United States in a Period of Crisis.
On June 9th, the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) will host an event about expanding pathways to citizenship and the benefits of citizenship for individuals, families, and US communities.
CMS and RCUSA conducted a series of national listening sessions bringing together resettled refugees, resettlement workers, and community and government partners, followed by an extensive survey of resettlement program stakeholders, to gain guidance and direction on how to build a better program. The result was a first-of-its-kind report detailing what was working in the resettlement program, the internal and external challenges it faced, and how the program could be reformed. RCUSA and CMS co-hosted a panel discussion on the eve of the inauguration to encourage President Biden to tap the expertise of refugees and other community stakeholders in strengthening this crucial program.
In a groundbreaking new book, The President and Immigration Law, Adam Cox and Cristina M. Rodriguez show how, over the course of two centuries, the president became the US immigration policymaker-in-chief. The Center for Migration Studies (CMS) hosted an interactive, virtual event on the need to rethink the role of the president in US immigration policymaking.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the extreme vulnerabilities of poor and marginalized people, including immigrants and refugees. The webinar will feature immigrant community leaders and service providers who will discuss the economic, educational, health, and safety consequences of the pandemic for vulnerable immigrants and newly resettled refugees in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Central Mississippi.