Events

Quo Vadis? Recruitment and Contracting of Migrant Workers and their Access to Social Security

April 17, 2013 // 9:00am11:00am
The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute and Latin American Program and the Institute for Studies and Communication on Migration (Instituto de Estudios y Divulgación sobre Migración, INEDIM) were pleased to host a presentation of the following study: Quo Vadis? Recruitment and Contracting of Migrant Workers and their Access to Social Security: The Dynamics of Temporary Labor Migration Systems in North and Central America.
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Mexico Today

April 12, 2013 // 9:00am12:00pm
A presentation of Luis Rubio’s newest book, Mexico Matters: Change in Mexico and Its Impact Upon the United States, will be followed by a discussion on the current outlook for Mexico’s structural reform agenda and public security strategy.
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Is the Border More Efficient? More Secure? — Progress and Challenges in Managing the U.S.-Mexico Border

February 27, 2013 // 1:30pm3:30pm
In 2009, the Pacific Council on International Policy and the Mexican Council on Foreign Affairs convened the Binational Task Force on the United States-Mexico Border. The group issued a series of recommendations regarding border management, which were detailed in the report, “Managing the United States-Mexico Border: Cooperative Solutions to Common Challenges.” Now, as border management plays a key role in the debate over immigration reform, the Task Force will reconvene to evaluate progress in managing the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Book Launch: U.S. Ambassadors to Mexico, The Relationship Through Their Eyes

February 26, 2013 // 1:30pm3:30pm
Please join us for a discussion with the book’s author and three of the ambassadors whose testimonies constitute the centerpiece of the volume.
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Reforming the Ranks: Assessing Police Reform Efforts in Mexico

February 12, 2013 // 9:00am10:30am
Please join us for this expert panel, which will discuss the current state of police reform in Mexico, issues that the Peña Nieto government must address to create strong and accountable federal security forces, and ways the United States might support these efforts.
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The Decisive Vote?

December 10, 2012 // 9:00am11:00am
Join us for a discussion on the importance of the Latino vote and how it played out on November 6. Who voted, where and what difference did they make? What happened in a key battleground states? And what are the likely consequences for immigration reform and other policy issues?

Wilson Center Briefing: "Fighting Organized Crime in Mexico by Reforming the Justice System"

December 05, 2012 // 9:30am11:00am
Please join the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute for a briefing on why justice reform is necessary to combat organized crime in Mexico, how the reform process is progressing, and the role the U.S. government and one American state have played in supporting these reforms.

Judicial Reform in Mexico: Why it is Needed and Where Things Stand

December 04, 2012 // 9:00am2:30pm
Join us for a discussion assessing the need for judicial reform in Mexico and taking stock of current changes to the judicial system.
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Competitors or Partners? U.S.-Mexico Trade Policy in an Era of Global Competition

November 20, 2012 // 1:30pm3:00pm
Timed with the launch of Beatriz Leycegui’s new book, Reflections on Mexico’s Trade Policy (2006-2012), speakers at this conference will consider how the U.S.-Mexico trade relationship fits into each country’s overall policies for trade and competitiveness, seeking to identify areas for further collaboration both within North America and globally.

“Tackling Crime and Violence in Mexico: The Critical Role of Citizens”

November 14, 2012 // 9:30am11:00am
Please join the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute and the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego for an in-depth analysis of crime and violence in Mexico and how citizens’ organizations have and can play a major role on confronting organized crime in Mexico.

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