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Save the Date! April 16 Seminar "The Healthiest (and Most Unhealthy) States to Be An Undocumented Immigrant: A Review of State Health Policies"

On April 16, a new joint report will be released that examines state health policies towards undocumented immigrants and ranks states with the most (and the fewest) public policies and laws that foster the health and welfare of undocumented residents.
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Social Cohesion Project Update

Our latest research project, The Operationalization of Social Cohesion in Latin America: Implications for the United States, is underway with new updates including establishment of our Expert Advisory Panel.
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UCLA Blum Center co-hosted Workshop on Migration and Health

The UCLA Blum Center, along with the UCLA Program on International Migration, co-hosted a workshop on Migration and Health to discuss the implications of this phenomenon.
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