$360,000 To strengthen and promote human rights protection for migrants in Mexico and to research and advocate for improved migration policies in Mexico (over two years).
Representative GrantsWashington, District of Columbia2011
$1,050,000 In support of the development of a set of guiding principles and effective practices for addressing crisis-induced migration (over three years).
Representative GrantsWashington, District of Columbia2013
$845,000 To study the economic and fiscal consequences of immigration (over two years).
$75,000 To improve access to justice and services for the migrant population in the southern border region of Chiapas and advance implementation of Mexico's new Migration Law (over 18 months).
$375,000 To support a Coordinating Office for civil society engagement in the activities of the Global Forum on Migration and Development (over three years).