2019: The Latino Migration Project, a Year in Review

2019 Year in Review

Check out our annual report. Thanks to all for making it such a great year!

While wishing to all our visitors, students, and partners the best for the new year, we want to invite you to check out a review of the Latino Migration Project highlights during 2019. You can read and download the report by clicking on the image to the right.

For this new cycle, we look forward to advancing our research, educational, and outreach goals by practicing the principles at the core of our work.

 

MISSION

The Latino Migration Project provides public education and applied research related to Latin American migration and integration in North Carolina. We inform policy and practices to enhance the well-being and leadership of new North Carolinians. We train students to understand the complexities of migration and address challenges and opportunities of demographic change.

 

OUR APPROACH

We carry out our mission through participatory processes that expand public understandings of immigrant experiences, build the civic leadership of new North Carolinians and expand the capacity of local governments to engage with immigrant residents. The LMP was established in 2006 as an initiative of the Institute for the Study of the Americas and the Center for Global Initiatives at UNC Chapel Hill.