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Mexico and California: Building Environmental Resilience

This event, organized by UC’s LatinX and the Environment Initiative and the UC-Mexico Programs will take place October 2 & 3 in Casa de California in Mexico City.  It will gather participants from government, academia, members of the private sector, and civil society from Mexico and California, including participation from the State of California government […]
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VIII International Congress on Migration and Mental Health

We would like to share a great opportunity for researchers from the Athena Network: The VIII International Congress on Migration and Mental Health, sponsored by the Athena Network, offers outstanding opportunities for scholars, professionals, immigrant services providers, and students to learn, share research and best practices, and network with regional, national, and international colleagues. This […]
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2nd Colloquium on Immigrant Health, UCSF

2nd Annual Colloquium on Population Health & Health Equity: Immigrant Health. Wednesday, October 23 at 9:00am to 4:30pm at UCSF. This forum will address the role of academia, and more specific UCSF Medical Center, in addressing ongoing challenges to immigrant health and the current political landscape for immigrants and refugees entering the US. This is part of a […]
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New Book Release! Accountability Across Borders

A timely, transnational examination of the institutions in Mexico, Canada, and the United States that engage migrant populations in becoming agents of change for immigrant rights while holding government authorities accountable. Released by the University of Texas Press. HIA Director Xochitl Castaneda and HIA Deputy Director Liliana Osorio co-wrote chapter 10, Binational Health Week: A […]
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Costos ocultos de la Migracion al Extranjero: Familias Fracturadas Y Estres de los Migrantes

Written by our very own Director Xochitl Castaneda along with other distinguished scholars and professionals. Click here to read article.

Liliana Featured in Vivir Bien Magazine

Our deputy director, Liliana Osorio, was featured in a piece inside the Vivir Bien magazine. Her work and that of HIA’s for the betterment of Colombians and Latinx in the US is praised as one of a kind. Click link below to view article: Colmedica Medicina