The Harvard Immigration Project Fellows Program offers advanced level doctoral students at Harvard University the opportunity to receive additional training and support for one academic year.
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FEATURED IIH REPORT
By Roberto G. Gonzales, Sayil Camacho, Kristina Brant and Carlos Aguilar
On Thursday, November 7th 2019, the IIH in partnership with the National UnDACAmented Research Project released a report on long-term impacts of DACA. This report outlines new findings from the National UnDACAmented Research Project, a longitudinal national study aimed at understanding the impacts of DACA on the program's beneficiaries. Respondents in this latest wave of research include a diverse sample of 408 DACA beneficiaries from six states, representing an array of racial, ethnic, economic and educational backgrounds. The report details how DACA has served as a vehicle for social mobility, how the experience of beneficiaries varies across states, and the barriers that remain within the policy.
What happens when a border wall splits a binational community? How does security infrastructure use wounding as a method of deterring those who are unwelcome in this country? And why does it harm even those it is designed to protect? Threshold: Emergency Responders on the U.S.-Mexico Border (University of California Press, 2018) examines these questions from the perspective of Mexican and American firefighters, EMTs and paramedics who are charged with mitigating the deleterious human effects of hardline border policies.
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