Central America

Our work is not limited by borders. We advocate for policies in Central America that protect immigrants and work in the region to offer opportunities to immigrant youth.


Latest News

See More Posts


Overlooked and Unprotected: Central American Indigenous Migrant Women in Mexico

An article published in the New York University Journal of International Law and Politics examines protection for Central American indigenous migrant women in Mexico.

Our Six Solutions for Lawmakers to address the Central American Humanitarian crisis

Children don’t travel over 1,000 miles alone on a whim. Right now the children fleeing are threatened, terrified and alone.

A Profile of the Modern Salvadoran Migrant

In an International partnership with the Universidad Tecnolólogica de El Salvador (UTEC), the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) provides information as to the migration pattern of Salvadorans. The report explores and analyzes the root causes of migration among Salvadoran adults and children