Op-ed piece by TRPI’s director, Roberto Suro, published by the Washington Post, Who can fix America’s immigration mess? Mexico.
The Mexican Migration Monitor is a digital publication produced in collaboration with El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (COLEF). The Monitor presents timely information from a variety of sources on migration flows between the United States and Mexico. The Monitor’s approach is to assess a variety of individual indicators that offer insights into the pace of this migration. The publication launched in October 2012 and received extensive media coverage in the U.S. and Mexico.View Project
TRPI offers Harry Pachon Research Awards to support student research. In the 2012/13 school year, these Research Awards were offered to eighteen USC graduate students, including: Allison Noyes, a Ph.D. Candidate at USC to support her thesis and research on language ecology and a group of Master’s of Public Policy students for travel to Mexico to conduct interviews for their practicum project. Read more
A study of current and promising practices and the use of innovative technology in language access– a project in collaboration with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. For more information see Projects page.
Institutional Capacity for Legalization
This project will examine the institutional capacity required to process a large group of people if a new legalization policy were to be enacted. For more information see Projects page.
Digital publication that examines theoretical and applied research focused in three areas crucial to successful naturalization and full integration into American society. Go to micro-site
Safety and Justice for Latinos
This project will develop research and educational materials focusing on Latinos in the criminal justice system. For more information see Projects page.