We hope to serve as a hub for sharing and coordinating organizing and activism efforts across campus. We also have compiled (and continue to compile) a list of ways you can get involved in volunteer work with organizations in the Bay Area. Please add any opportunities you are aware of. Also, please share information on any events or actions taking place on campus or in the area. If you know anybody who would like to be added to the listserv, please tell them to contact Keith Welch.
This is a closed list used to send academic information for immigration researchers. The focus is on events, talks and funding opportunities for members of the UC-Berkeley community. But we also welcome non-campus scholars to the list and circulate information on conferences, jobs and funding elsewhere in the US and the world. Over a third of list members are not UCB-affiliates.
If you have an academic event to share on the Berkeley campus, or want to circulate a call for papers, fellowship opportunity, etc., please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also use this address if colleagues want to be added to the list.
This list is for Berkeley students, faculty, staff, retirees, and alumni who are involved/interested in any aspect of refugee work. The group's name is Berkelely Refugee Resources (BRR). To get subscribed, email Dianne Walker. We also have a Facebook group with the same name.
The Migration and Refugee Policy Group at the Goldman School of Public Policy is a student community dedicated to examining contemporary migration issues through the lens of public policy.
MRPG was created as a platform for GSPP and UC Berkeley graduate students at large to connect and explore migration policy. We offer opportunities for students to:
The group also serves as a liaison toward campus-wide events, benefitting from its context in GSPP and the broader academic community at UC Berkeley.
The MRPG subscription page
This listserv is dedicated to sharing practices in immigrant integration in cities (global level). Cities of Migration is a project by the Global Diversity Exchange (GDX) at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University in Canada. The Cities of Migration website showcases good ideas in immigrant integration and promotes innovative practices that create inclusion and urban prosperity around the world.
The Cities of Migration subscription page
Last updated August 26, 2017
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