Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010 No one-size-fits-all for foreign suffrage: How the rest of the world deals with aliens at the ballot box By SARAH NOORBAKHSH
Acknowledging the rights of immigrant groups, “recognizing special ties among particular groups of countries” and reciprocation are often part and parcel of granting suffrage, says Michele [...]
Video, audio, and transcript from “Beyond Relief: Helping Haiti,” a Council on Foreign Relations panel discussion in which Michele participated February 18, 2010.
Beyond Relief: Helping Haiti (Transcript)
Beyond Relief: Helping Haiti (Audio)
Pamela Cox, Vice President, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank Group
Arvind Subramanian, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute [...]
Published in Carnegie Council Policy Innovations
part of a collection from the December “The Right to Move?” conference in Tokyo.
January 26, 2010
Facing demographic and economic challenges, countries around the world are reconsidering the policies that govern migrant rights—the basis on which people are allowed to enter a country, the access that non-citizens have [...]
The American Council on Germany, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, the World Policy Institute and Demos present “U.S. and European Perspectives on Immigration: A Problem or an Opportunity?”
a discussion and luncheon featuring
Delancey Gustin, Immigration and Integration Program, The German Marshall Fund of the United States and Michele Wucker, Executive Director, [...]
As many of you know, I was back and forth to Washington, DC many times over the past year to take part in an unusual gathering of scholars and thinkers on immigration policy. The Brookings-Duke Immigration Policy Roundtable organizers, Noah Pickus, Peter Skerry and Bill Galston convened a group as diverse as possible without members [...]
I’ll be on Fox & Friends (Channel 44 in NYC) around 6:15 a.m. ET tomorrow morning, Monday September 14th, debating the brouhaha over immigration and healthcare reform.
Here’s some background on the issue from the Los Angeles Times, the Immigration Policy Center, and Reuters.
It’s interesting to see that after Medicare tightened its proof-of-citizenship [...]
I’ve written a chapter in the new book, GETTING IMMIGRATION RIGHT: WHAT EVERY AMERICAN NEEDS TO KNOW, edited by David Coates and Peter Siavalis and published by Potomac Press. My chapter deals with changing conceptions of citizenship, based on some of the work I did during my 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship. It’s about the ways in [...]
I’ll be delivering the keynote address on Immigration: Global Economics and Local Communities on May 14 at Adelphi University.
The full event, “Immigration on Long Island: New Directions and Opportunities for Civic Engagement,” organized by the Center for Social Innovation, will be held Thursday, May 14, 2009, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Adelphi’s [...]
Here’s video from my April 23 appearance on “The Agenda with Steve Paikin” on TVO (Canada) discussing dual citizenship.
Tags: Canada, citizenship, immigration policy, migration [...]
I’ll be on Fox & Friends tomorrow morning, Tuesday February 10, at (gulp) 6:22 am ET. Channel 44 in NYC.
We’ll be talking about the lawsuit against an Arizona rancher who held 16 illegal immigrants at gunpoint and claims to have rounded up 12,000 immigrants and handed them over to the Border Patrol during [...]