This symposium will develop an in-depth discussion on the most appropriate communities, institutions, and constitutional frameworks needed to regulate migration policy. The symposium will explore the relationship between local, national, and international levels of government and policy-making bodies that are attempting to address the challenges of migration flows, immigration regulation and enforcement, and ideas of citizenship and national belonging.For more information, contact Andrew Hand at email@example.com.
DJCLPP Symposium: Perspectives on Migration, Governance, and Citizenship
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