The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Migrant Communities: Europe and the USA (compared)

Conference by Demetrios G. Papademetriou
Commentator: António Vitorino
Auditorium of the Luso-American Foundation
Rua do Sacramento à Lapa, 21 – Lisbon
Tel. 21 3935800 | fladport@flad.pt

Free admission, with prior registration until the 18th of June.
The works will take place in English.

About MPI

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit think tank dedicated to the study of the movement of people around the world. MPI provides analytical studies, development and assessments of migration and refugee policies at local, national and international levels. The activity of the MPI aims to respond to the growing need to obtain pragmatic and sensible responses to the challenges and opportunities that large-scale migrations, voluntary or forced, felt by communities and institutions in an increasingly integrated world.
The Migration Information Source is an online source of up-to-date and accurate information in the area of ​​migration, which includes data, analytical studies, and articles by prominent authors. This online resource, which has already been awarded for its quality and innovative character, also has data on more than fifty countries, available in a very accessible way to the user. The Special Issues of Migration Information Source has provided studies on Migration and Human Rights, US-Mexico Migration, Integration and Immigrants, Africa, Women and Migration and Development and Migration. The Migration Information Source is available at www.migrationinformation.org.
MPI publications provide independent and non-partisan analyzes of studies in migration management, national security and civil liberties, refugee protection and international humanitarian response, US borders, and immigrant communities and integration. Up-to-date and detailed information on MPI publications can be found at www.migrationpolicy.org

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