Seeking to improve conditions for vulnerable migrants, while laying the groundwork for fundamental improvements in migration policies and practices at the national, regional, and global levels over the longer term. Read our strategy and the current status of our work
$250,000 In support of policy advocacy, community outreach, and technical assistance activities to prevent and reverse the separation of transnational migrant families (over two years).
$175,000 renewed support of a project to provide guidance for governments and international actors on planning for relocations within national borders as a form of adaptation to disasters and environmental change
$450,000 in support of the Task Force on Immigration and the States
$225,000 In support of a project titled, Immigration and Economic Competitiveness: A view from the Midwest.