Other BC & Boston-Area Events
"People on the Move: Perspectives on the Migrant Caravan”
Thursday, April 11th from 6:00-7:30pm in Fulton 511.
The event will examine the development of the migrant caravans through a combination of political, theological, and humanitarian perspectives. This discussion strives to educate the Boston College community in an effort to enhance public understanding of the issue, as well as propose pathways for actionable engagement.
Two esteemed scholars from our Boston College community will offer their insights on the matter.
Kristin E. Heyer: Boston College Theology Department
Thomas Crea: Global Programs, Boston College School of Social Work
Global Migration Conference: Inclusion and Exclusion
Boston College Law School and Boston College School of Social Work will hold the inaugural Boston College Global Migration Conference: Inclusion and Exclusion on April 11-12, 2019 at the Boston College Law School campus in Newton, MA.
E. Tendayi Achiume
Assistant Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law; United Nations Special Rapporteur on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance
President and CEO, Catholic Relief Services
Thomas H. Smolich, S.J.
International Director, Jesuit Refugee Service
Wasserman Dean, UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies; Member, Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, The Holy See
• Humanitarian Responses to Migration
• Inclusion & Exclusion: Global Impact on Migration
• Roles of States
• Taking Stock and Moving Forward
1A: Evolving International Approaches to Migration Control
1B: Admission and Exclusion
1C: Naturalization: Right, Responsibility, Obligation
2A: The Human Rights of Migrants: Current Tensions and Controversies
2B: Rights and Public Benefits
3A: Does Migration Help or Hurt the National Labor Market?
3B: Approaching Migrant Communities from Trauma-Informed Yet Strengths-Based Approaches
4A: Five Decades of Exclusion: Immigrants and Health Care
4B: Whose Business is Immigrant Integration?
Boston College Law School and Boston College School of Social Work will host the inaugural Boston College Global Migration Conference: Inclusion and Exclusion. This conference will bring together international academics and practitioners in the fields of law and social work for timely and compelling conversations around research, policy, and practice in global migration. The conference will examine policies, programs, and practices related to immigration in the current geopolitical climate, and will consider social, legal, and policy solutions. It will do so through the lens of Boston College’s Jesuit, Catholic heritage and values, particularly commitment to human rights and the dignity of the individual.
• www.bc.edu/globalmigration •
Lawyers, social workers, policymakers, and community members are encouraged to attend.
General Registration fee: $299 (includes breakfasts, lunches, and onsite parking)
Register online: www.bc.edu/globalmigration
Registration deadline: March 29, 2019
All sales are final; no refunds
Black Policy Conference
Students from the Harvard Kennedy School are pleased to invite you to the 15th Annual Black Policy Conference (BPC)! This year’s conference, Affirming Blackness - Protest, Passion, and Policy, will be held Friday, April 5th to Sunday, April 7th at the Harvard Kennedy School.
We would like to invite you to join the conversation by 1) attending the conference or 2) sharing the event with your students. Tickets are currently on an Early Bird Special until March 8th at $25 for students and $40 for professionals and can be purchased at blackpolicyconference.com. Beyond this date, the tickets will increase to their regular price. This covers entrance to all sessions, conference materials, breakfast and lunch on Saturday, and brunch on Sunday.
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