Beginning last year, the Grupo de Trabajo de Movilidad Humana Venezolana (Working Group on Venezuelan Human Mobility) developed and publicized a Civil Society Plan of Action outlining key priorities for organizations working to advocate for migrants and refugees’ rights. Under the leadership of Tinker grantee CEJIL, the Working Group has presented its plan to the United Nations Refugee Agency, the Organization of American States, and governments in the region. The plan provides a specific, actionable framework for ongoing advocacy work, based on the needs and rights of migrants and refugees that will inform ongoing work in the region.
The analysis underscores the need to establish formal pathways for fishing community participation in fisheries management and enforcement.
The director of the New York Botanical Garden’s Institute of Systematic Botany recounts the challenge of protecting critical Amazon forests amid a pandemic and an alarming spike in deforestation.
This first-of-its-kind study analyzes the academic and social-emotional learning status of Venezuelan and Colombian students in Colombian host communities.
The Foundation will launch a special initiative on educational access and equity during COVID-19, as well as temporary changes to other institutional grantmaking.
In this research brief from early 2019, the authors analyze the current legal frameworks for addressing Venezuelan migration in key receiving countries in Latin America.
The Population Council partnered with the General Directorate for Alternative Education—DIGEEX—of the Ministry of Education of Guatemala to improve access, quality, and bring secondary education closer to communities.
This document provides information on the origins, activities, philosophical underpinnings, and initial progress of the Education for Sustainability in Galapagos Program (ESG).
The Foundation is delighted to announce the launch of the Tinker Field Research Collaborative in partnership with 15 U.S. universities.