Fault-lines in Immigration Policy: The Harvard-Sydney Immigration Summit 2011
This conference was part of a longer meeting for a range of international scholars, to develop the first large database of immigration and naturalisation policies, the International Migration Policy and Law Analysis Database (IMPALA).
This event was designed to share more broadly the benefits of bringing these experts to Australia. It showcased the recent work or thinking of a range of international scholars, discussing three key areas of immigration policy: skilled migration (and the balance with family migration); refugees and humanitarian flows; and integration, settlement and citizenship.
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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Lecturer Adam Lockyer discusses the election of new Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and the US decision to send military aid to Syria's rebels
CEO Bates Gill looks at the implications of a rising China for the Asia-Pacific and how the Trans-Pacific partnership is shaping the region.