Metropolis Americas 2024

Migration Governance in the Americas: A Shared Vision

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Migration Governance in the Americas: A Shared Vision

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

December 12-13, 2024, Washington DC

901 G St. NW
Washington, DC 20001

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The MLK Library is located across the street from the Gallery Place / China Town Metro Station

Across the Americas substantial and spontaneous migration persists thus resulting in increased and varied challenges for policy-makers and civil society. Across the Americas there are several bilateral/binational migration agreements on such issues as temporary labour mobility, international students, border security, asylum governance, refugee resettlement, credential recognition and others. But divergent national interests and domestic political considerations have made it increasingly difficult to secure multi-nation cooperation on migration between immigrant sending and receiving countries.  It is nonetheless imperative to identify the converging or shared elements of a broader Americas vision if we’re to effectively meet the many and varied challenges ahead. With a focus on the best means for fostering cooperation on migration across the Americas this edition of Metropolis Americas invites policy-makers, researchers and civil society to submit proposals for workshops and round tables on the following topics.


Call for proposals

Submission Form - Metropolis Americas Washington 2024

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registration

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Hotel recommendations

Note the following hotels are less than 2 km (1 mile) from the conference venue (the MLK Library, 901 G St. NW Washington, DC 2000 - across from the Metro Center - station entrance) and are reasonably priced

Please book early as there are many events in Washington the week of our event and many hotels will sell lout.  You can book directly via the hotel's website or may find better pricing through a secondary site such as Expedia.

Hamilton Hotel Washington

Holiday Inn Washington-Central/White House, an IHG

Holiday Inn Washington Capitol - Natl Mall, an IHG

citizenM Washington DC Capitol   

Conference Venue

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901 G St. NW
Washington, DC 20001

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about the Metropolis Institute

The Metropolis Institute (MI) pursues research and supports policy deliberations while providing key national and multinational platforms for knowledge mobilization.

Research

Supporting cross-sectoral cooperation, the Metropolis Institute serves as a trusted bridge for interaction, dialogue and learning between practitioners, policymakers, researchers and civil society through national and multinational knowledge mobilization programs.
We aim to provide reliable and timely research, data and analysis to enhance understanding of migration, integration and inclusion.

Publications

Metropolis Institute has three flagship publications that are integral to its knowledge transfer mandate.
1. The Canadian Issues magazine showcases academic work in the form of short essays designed to expand Canadians’ knowledge about their country.
2. A second publication, Canadian Diversity, introduced in 2000, focuses on the challenges confronting Canada and other countries arising from migration and rapid demographic change.
3. A third publication - The Metropolis eBook - highlights a selection of the cutting-edge cross-sectoral presentations in the immigration field intended for the annual Metropolis Canada Conferences.