May 23-25, 2017, Summer Institute, Waterloo, ON. The Borders in Globalization Summer Institute in collaboration with the International Migration Research Centre is open to graduate students who are exploring skilled migration flows and barriers, and would like to receive mentorship from academics, government representatives, and other policy professionals.
Online course and summer conference to understand the changing Canada-U.S. border. The course draws on fascinating case studies that illustrate the current progressive and transformativechallenges occurring in and around the borders of Canada, and in particular Ontario.
May 15-19, 2017. This doctoral/summer school will examine border, migration and related security issues from a Southern/Eastern Mediterranean and European Union (EU) perspective. Activities are aimed at engaging graduate students, young researchers, professors, and professionals from the public and private sectors.