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    Saving Syria's Children

    Please join ISIM and co-sponsors next Tuesday, 18 February at Georgetown University for an important panel discussion with four physicians who have worked with Syrians inside Syria and Jordan, along with a screening of the BBC Panorama documentary, 'Saving Syria's Children'. This event also coincides with a half-day conference on Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health Security that will take place on Wednesday, 19 February. Click below for more information and to RSVP for both events.

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    ISIM Celebrates 15 Years

    Founded in 1998, ISIM provides balanced, interdisciplinary analysis of the complicated issues raised by international migration.

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    Senator Dick Durbin Speaks at Georgetown on Immigration Reform

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    Teaching about Refugees: A Participatory Video Project in Jordan

    Grace Benton (ISIM Research Assistant, MAAS '14) reflects on her experience working with refugees in Amman to compile teaching units for US high school students. To learn more, and to view and download the resources, click below.

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    What Do You Miss Most? Syrian Refugees Respond

    The statements and pictures in the latest article from Rochelle Davis (Associate Professor, CCAS) and Abbie Taylor (Research Associate, ISIM) are part of their ongoing research on the Syrian refugee population. For more on ISIM's urban refugee research, visit 'Our Work'. Click below to read 'What Do You Miss Most? Syrian Refugees Respond' on Jadaliyya.

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    ISIM and Deloitte Host Implementing Immigration Reform

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    Susan Martin Moderates at the United Nations General Assembly Hall

    Click here to view the interactive hearing.

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    Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies Certificate Graduation

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    Now Online: Forced Migration Review 45 'Crisis'

    FMR 45 'Crisis', a special issue on crisis migration, is now available for download. Susan Martin, Sanjula Weerasinghe and Abbie Taylor served as special advisors in putting together the issue, which features a variety of articles on the movement-related implications of humanitarian crises. It includes practice and policy-relevant articles from ISIM's Patricia Weiss Fagen, Elzbieta Gozdziak and Alissa Walter, as well as a number of other authors affiliated with the Crisis Migration project. Click below for more information, and to download the publication.

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The Latest from ISIM

  • Immigration Reform Symposium Report
    The Symposium Report from our September 25th event, "Implementing Immigration Reform: Imagining the Possibilities," is now available for download.
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  • Director Susan Martin featured in Thomson Reuters
    February 21, 2014
    Thomson Reuters features Susan Martin on the Crisis Migration project as the subject receives increasing international attention with the publication of Forced Migration Review's "Crisis" (FMR 45).
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  • Andrew Schoenholtz Discusses "Asylum in America" on WYPR
    Listen to ISIM's Andrew Shoenholtz, with Philip Schrag, discuss "Asylum in America" on Dan Rodrick's Midday on WYPR.
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  • Forced Migration
    Now Online: Forced Migration Review 45 'Crisis'
    February 13, 2014
    FMR 45 'Crisis', a special issue on crisis migration, is now available for download. Susan Martin, Sanjula Weerasinghe and Abbie Taylor served as special advisors in putting together the issue, which features a variety of articles on the movement-related implications of humanitarian crises. It includes practice and policy-relevant articles from ISIM's Patricia Weiss Fagen, Elzbieta Gozdziak and Alissa Walter, as well as a number of other authors affiliated with the Crisis Migration project. Click below for more information, and to download the publication.
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  • Saving Syria Children Event 2
    Saving Syria's Children
    February 11, 2014
    Please join ISIM and co-sponsors next Tuesday, 18 February at Georgetown University for an important panel discussion with four physicians who have worked with Syrians inside Syria and Jordan, along with a screening of the BBC Panorama documentary, 'Saving Syria's Children'. This event also coincides with a half-day conference on Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health Security that will take place on Wednesday, 19 February. Click below for more information and to RSVP for both events.
    learn more
  • 'Crisis Migration' Featured in Brown Journal
    'Crisis Migration', an article from Susan Martin, Sanjula Weerasinghe and Abbie Taylor features in the most recent issue of the Brown Journal for World Affairs. Stay tuned for more from the Crisis Migration project, including a forthcoming 'Special Issue of Forced Migration Review on Crisis Migration' and the release of the edited volume, 'Humanitarian Crises and Migration: Causes, Consequences and Responses', to be published in May 2014.
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  • ISIM's Dr. Andy Schoenholtz publishes Lives in the Balance: Asylum Adjudication by the Department of Homeland Security
    ISIM's Dr. Andy Schoenholtz, along with Philip Schrag and Jaya Ramji-Nogales, have published Lives in the Balance: Asylum Adjudication by the Department of Homeland Security as a follow up to their 2007 article and 2009 book, Refugee Roulette.
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  • ISIM Fall 2013 Newsletter
    ISIM has released its Fall 2013 Newsletter, featuring stories on the institutes accomplishments, projects, and other news throughout the year.
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