UMAH – Urban Citizenship: Emergent Migrant Governance in Global Cities

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DATE & TIME
04.08.2013
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

LOCATION
Hunter College – UAP (West Building, 16th Floor)

DESCRIPTION

One of the foremost challenges that cities face today is international migration. Hunter UAP Professor Jill Gross will present her research on emerging migrant governance systems in London, Dublin, Toronto, and Guangzhou and discuss the implications of these systems on migrants’ “rights to the cities” that they inhabit.

Urban Mondays at Hunter (UMAH) is a lecture series curated by Hunter Urban Affairs and Planning and co-sponsored by the Graduate Urban Affairs and Planning Association (GUAPA), a student organization.