The Non-Profit Press, 8/03/2012

Recent decades have witnessed extraordinary transformation in Central America and Mexico — ushering in economic, political, societal, and even demographic change that holds key implications for the countries themselves, the region, and in some cases the United States.

These sweeping changes are the focus of a pair of new reports prepared for the Regional Migration Study Group, a partnership between MPI and the Latin American Program/Mexico Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

The Study Group is a high-level initiative that in 2013 will propose new regional and collaborative approaches to migration, competitiveness, and human-capital development for the United States, Central America, and Mexico.