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. Given the likelihood of continued migratory flows, they highlight key areas for improvements to policies and processes. The brief is based on field research and high-level interviews conducted by the Migration Policy Institute in 2018 and serves as a backdrop for subsequent research on this topic.
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.
Hablamos con Dunia Perdomo, Coordinadora General de Proyectos en OYE, sobre su respuesta institucional frente a la pandemia y dos huracanes devastadoras en el 2020.
This first-of-its-kind study analyzes the academic and social-emotional learning status of Venezuelan and Colombian students in Colombian host communities.
Dos organizaciones apoyadas por Tinker están trabajando de manera transnacional para reunificar a familias separadas bajo la política Cero Tolerancia.
This document provides information on the origins, activities, philosophical underpinnings, and initial progress of the Education for Sustainability in Galapagos Program (ESG).
The analysis underscores the need to establish formal pathways for fishing community participation in fisheries management and enforcement.
The Foundation is delighted to announce the launch of the Tinker Field Research Collaborative in partnership with 15 U.S. universities.
Produced through a collaboration between dozens of organizations in the region, The Civil Society Plan of Action outlines key priorities for those advocating for migrant and refugee rights in the Americas.
We asked three Tinker grantees – Organization for Youth Empowerment (OYE), the Sonoran
Institute in Mexico, and Women’s Justice Initiative – how they have responded to the pandemic.
This project led by Espacio Público encompassed a study of major corruption cases in four countries –
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Guatemala – to identify factors that enable effective administration of justice, as well as recommendations for each country and the region.