In the summer of 2019, Humanizing Deportation’s fieldwork team in Tapachula found itself in the middle of a major humanitarian crisis as Mexican authorities held large groups of migrants in Chiapas in order to prevent th
The UC Davis School of Law and UC Davis Law Review are hosting a panel and an academic symposium to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the passage of Prop. 187 on November 13-14, 2019. The panel will feature litigators who challenged Prop. 1897 in the courts. The academic symposium will discuss the influence Prop. 187 had on immigration at the state and federal levels, the political environment in California, and Latinx and immigrant communities in four panel discussions.
Even the most authoritarian governments allow some citizens to leave. How do they decide who can leave? In this paper, Associate Professor Margaret Peters argues that authoritarian leaders face trade-offs when deciding which individuals should be allowed to leave.
PRIEC (Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium) is an ongoing series of meetings that brings together faculty and graduate students and showcases work-in-progress on racial/ethnic politics and the politics of immigration.
May 9: Student Community Center, May 10: UC Davis Alumni Center
The talk by Post-Doctoral scholar Aparna Malaviya focuses on the special case of Afghan refugees living in Delhi, India, who are stranded in “border politics” between nation-states and the humanitarian regime of care.