This seminar will cover one of the most contentious issues of this election year: immigration. From classical liberal to progressive perspectives, this nonpartisan event will bring scholars and students together to explore the idea of open borders, offering new insights and inspiration for tackling this important issue.
Tackle provocative questions like:
- Is there a right to immigrate?
- What can we do to address problems related to immigration?
- What’s the historical relationship between states, nations, citizenship, and immigration?
Prof. Peter Jaworski - Assistant Teaching Professor of Business Ethics atGeorgetown University
Alex Nowrahsteh - Immigration Policy Analyst at The Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity
Prof. Jacqueline Stevens - Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies at Northwestern University
Niloufar Khonsari - Executive Director of Pangea Legal Services
This program is a collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania Effective Altruists and the Free Migration Project. It is made possible through the support of the John Templeton Foundation.
Register now to join top professors and public intellectuals as they present economic, historical, philosophical, and legal cases for the freedom of mobility. Admission is FREE but we ask that you register in advance HERE: https://www.tfaforms.com/442612