Espacio Público led a comparative, applied research project from 2018 to 2020, “The Role of Judicial Systems in the Fight against Corruption in Latin America,” examining “emblematic” corruption cases in four Latin American countries. The key objective was to identify and evaluate the organizational, legal, and procedural variables that facilitated or hindered the prosecution and criminal sanction of corruption. Espacio Público conducted research in Chile, while the Centro de Implementación de Políticas Públicas para la Equidad y el Crecimiento (CIPPEC) focused on Argentina, Transparência Internacional on Brasil, and the Asociación de Investigación y Estudios Sociales (ASIES) on Guatemala. The project website features country studies, comparative analysis, regional recommendations, and informational videos.
This document provides information on the origins, activities, philosophical underpinnings, and initial progress of the Education for Sustainability in Galapagos Program (ESG).
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.
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.
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.
As we approach the third year of the pandemic, the Tinker Foundation announces funding to 12 organizations working to ensure equitable access to education.
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 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.