Ten institutes receive grants to work on immigration and integration issues

Each year, the German Marshall Fund of the United States provides substantial financial support to university institutes and think tanks in the U.S. and Europe working on immigration and integration issues. They are selected under the auspices of GMF's Immigration and Integration Program in a competitive application process and awarded one-year grants for convening and dissemination activities. This year, $400,000 in grant money was awarded to ten think tanks and policy institutes.

Those institutes receiving grants are:

GMF leads study tour through France and Germany to investigate transportation issues

From May 24 to 30, GMF led a study tour through Paris, France, and Stuttgart, Germany, consisting of six congressional staffers, one Congressional Research Service researcher, and two state-level elected officials to examine transportation infrastructure, systems, policies, and financing at all levels of government.

GMF holds roundtable on recent Serbian parliamentary election

On May 15, GMF held a roundtable discussion on the recent parliamentary election in Serbia that featured Ivan Vejvoda, executive director of GMF's Belgrade office and the Balkan Trust for Democracy (BTD). Ambassador Michael Polt, senior transatlantic fellow at GMF, participated in the discussion, and Pavol Demes, director of GMF's Bratislava office, moderated the discussion. The event was held under the Chatham House rule.