International Migration Research Centre
The International Migration Research Centre is a research centre whose mandate is to serve as a focal point for debate, research, policy analysis, and proposal development related to international migration and mobility at the global, national and regional scale.
Migration is one of the major political and humanitarian challenges facing the world in the twenty-first century. In coping with this enormous challenge, the International Migration Organization identifies four main pillars of migration management: migration and development, facilitating migration, regulating migration, and forced migration. Each of these pillars demands multiple research and policy responses...
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International Migration Research Centre – IMRC
Balsillie School of International Affairs,
67 Erb Street West
Waterloo, ON N2L 6C2
Phone: 226-772 3138
Fax: 226-772 3004
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Public lecture October 17th 4.30, BSIA 1-43 : THE UGANDAN ASIAN REFUGEE MOVEMENT 1972
Public lecture by Mike Molloy, President of the Canadian Immigration Historical Society
The Centre will establish research relationships and seminars encouraging involvement with all Laurier faculties including Arts, Social Work and SBE. Activities conducted under this mandate include sponsoring research, assisting with the development of research proposals, conducting seminars, organizing and conducting conferences, and linking members of the business community, community organizations and governmental actors with academic scholars and scholarship.