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Migrants as Social Citizens 
 
Scholarship on migration often focuses normative arguments on national-level immigration policy, yet many migrants lack access to processes leading to citizenship or permanent legal residence in the nation where they live.  This talk will propose a framework for recognizing the “social citizenship” of migrants with attention to public policy in cities, where most migrants settle. It draws on Berlinger’s work as co-director of The Hastings Center’s Undocumented Patients project, with attention to social ethics as well as health care ethics
 
Monday, November 13, 2017
12:00pm - 1:15pm


Location: Feinstone Hall
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N Wolfe St

Open to All  |  Lunch will be provided

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Nancy Berlinger, PhD, MDiv

Nancy Berlinger is a research scholar at The Hastings Center. Her research focuses on ethical challenges in health care work, and on related areas of professional education, organizational policy, and public policy in the United States and internationally. Her special interests include societal challenges arising from population aging and age-related chronic illness; treatment decision-making and care for seriously ill people and near the end of life; health care access and social integration for migrant populations; and the ethics of managing safety and harm in health care systems. 
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