Is U.S.-Mexico Cooperation on Migration Possible? (DC)
Over recent months, the number of Central American migrants apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border has surged, presenting a critical challenge in the relationship between the two neighboring countries. President Trump has accused Mexico of doing nothing to stop illegal migration, while the Mexican government is emphasizing the need to address root causes in Central America driving human movement.
Can Mexico and the United States find common cause around migration or are the perspectives and interests of the two countries too different to make cooperation possible? How will the two governments respond to the current change in migration flows from Central America? And what creative thinking is possible in the future?
Join Migration Policy Institute for a discussion of the current trends and future possibilities with experts from a Study Group on U.S.-Mexico Migration convened by El Colegio de México and the Migration Policy Institute (MPI). The conversation will examine migration from the Northern Triangle of Central America and other regions, as well as ways to improve U.S. and Mexican asylum systems, create new approaches to labor migration, address smuggling networks, and modernize border management.
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Event: Is U.S.-Mexico Cooperation on Migration Possible?
When: Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Where: MPI Conference Room, 1400 16th Street NW, Suite 300 (Third Floor), Washington, DC