Global Migration in the 21st Century
Wednesday, January 29 – Thursday, January 30
Current estimates report there are 244 million international migrants globally (or 3.3% of the world’s population). While migration is not a new phenomenon, it is an intricate matter that touches on a host of economic, social and security aspects affecting our daily lives in an increasingly interconnected world. This two-day symposium seeks to unpack the complexities and demystify the “world” of migration.
Meet the Moderator
Daniel F. Runde is senior vice president and holds the William A. Schreyer Chair in Global Analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. His work centers on leveraging American soft power in order to create a freer and more prosperous world. He has provided advice to the U.S., Korean, Japanese, Canadian and Danish governments, as well as the United Nations and World Bank. As symposium moderator, Mr. Runde will facilitate discussion and work alongside our speakers to help us make better sense of global migration in the 21st century. Mr. Runde is a regular contributor to The Hill and hosts a podcast series, Building the Future with Dan Runde: Freedom, Prosperity, & Foreign Policy.
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