There have been some changes in the last 12 months in the Immigration Research Now website. Here you have a brief update of the changes:
Here you can find the most important immigration news from various sources, grouped by week, from January to April, 2010. It includes Spanish and English news from American newspapers.
LINKS: U.S. Immigration
LINKS: The European Perspective
Here you can find updated links to websites related to U.S. and European immigration. First by alphabetical order, then by subject: Government agencies / institutions, immigration news, organizations, research centers and think thanks, research sources and resources, and workshops and working groups.
Here you can find a transnational approach to the U.S. – Mexico transnational crime dynamics. Mostly articles focused on the drug war from both sides at the same time. Transnational crime in English (the U.S. perspective), and Crimen transnacional in Spanish (the Mexican perspective).
Dream TeamThis is the gallery of collaborators. A terrific group of Mexican and international students that are making this project a vibrant reality.
The institutional sponsors of this academic effort are the Mexico-North Research Network (Washington D.C.) and the Universidad de Monterrey (Monterrey, Mexico).
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