The Issue of Immigration in America: Moving Beyond Walls and Open Borders
In the United States, the issue of immigration gives rise to controversy and conflict. This issue requires us to wrestle with challenging questions about many things, including:
- Who should be admitted to the US as an immigrant (family members, skilled workers, etc.)?
- How many people should the US admit as immigrants (should we increase, decrease or keep current levels)?
- What rules should guide the immigration process (and how should these rules be enforced)?
- How should we address the problems (social, political, and economic) that cause people to migrate from their home countries?
Friday, April 24th (4:30 – 6pm)
Heinz College – Hamburg Hall A301
This session is open to the public and on Friday a panel of experts will address these questions.
Saturday, April 25th (10:30am-1pm)
Simmons B Auditorium – Tepper Quad
On Saturday April 25th, students will participate in roundtable discussions on the issues addressed by the panel.
Registration is required for the Delibrative forum (saturday, April 25th)
Hosted by the Program for Deliberative Democracy and Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.