This issue of The Source updates our US data and Germany profile, and covers topics ranging from child trafficking to immigrant education levels. You'll find:
- An analysis of the impact of the
IRCA legalization program on some aspects of US immigrant integration, by Mary G. Powers and William Seltzer of Fordham University, together with Ellen Percy Kraly of Colgate University.
- A Spotlight on educational attainment of the foreign born in the United States by MPI Senior Demographer Elizabeth Grieco.
- The most recent EU efforts to halt child trafficking, in an article by Lisa Kurbiel of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations.
- An updated Germany profile by Veysel Oezcan of the Social Science Center Berlin, which includes fresh data, a look at still-pending immigration legislation, and analysis of the effects of EU expansion.
- The latest developments affecting US migration policy, including a controversial Dept. of Homeland Security contract awarded to a
subsidiary of an offshore firm, in a Policy Beat by MPI's Maia Jachimowicz and Betsy Cooper.
- A profile of Jordan, which hosts the largest number of Palestinian refugees in any single country in the world, by
Géraldine Chatelard of the European University Institute.
- Updated stock, flow, citizenship, and asylum application
data for the United States
in the latest expansion of our Global Data Center.
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