International Conference on Migration and Social Institutions
November 5 & 6, 2009
Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México
November 7 & 8, 2008
CELASA organized participation from Jesuit universities in the United States and Canada for the Jesuit International Conference on Immigration was held in Guatemala City at the Universidad Ravael Landivar.The conference theme was: Deportation, Detention and Return and Re-integration of Immigrants. 12-15 U.S. Jesuit universities and all Jesuit universities in Mexico and Central America participated.
International Conference on Migration - Jesuit Migration Services - North and Central America
November 12-13, 2007
Universidad Iberoamericana, Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico
Theme: Migration and Development
CELASA organized researchers from Jesuit universities in the United States and Canada, including researchers from Georgetown, Fairfield University, Fordham, Loyola Chicago, Marquette University, Seattle University, and the University of San Francisco.
The purpose of the conference is to create dialogue and collaborative projects with researchers from Jesuit universities in Mexico and Central America. Participants come from all the Iberoamerican Universities of Mexico, the Central American Universities of Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Rafael Landivar University of Guatemala.
Brazilian Immigration in the West Coast of the United States
November 4-5, 2005
A collaborative conference with the Consul of Brazil, the Brazilian Studies Association, and the University of San Francisco to address issue faced by the Brazilian and Brazilian American community of the West Coast of the United States.
Crossing Borders: U.S.-Latin American Relations in the 21st Century
March 3-5, 2005
The Ibero-American Consular Corp in San Francisco, the World Affairs Council of Northern California, Stanford University, the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of San Francisco hosted a collaborative and comparative academic conference on Latin American/U.S. relations. The conference explored the historical context of current inter-American relations and alternatives for the future.