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Migrants Walking along Railroad Track (Mexico), World Refugee & Migration Council
Photo Credit: Migrants Walking along Railroad Track (Mexico), World Refugee & Migration Council

North and Central American Task Force on Migration

The North and Central American Task Force on Migration is a non-governmental forum of academics, civil society and business leaders, and former policymakers in dialogue with current government officials created to facilitate a broadly driven solution dialogue among the countries involved in the crisis of migration and forced displacement in the region.

Initiated by the World Refugee & Migration Council with the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, the Colegio de México, the Migration Policy Institute and the Inter-American Dialogue, the Task Force will issue concrete recommendations for collective, regional action based on evidentiary research to promote responsibility sharing across North and Central America.

TASK FORCE CO-CHAIRS

Sec. Madeleine Albright (United States)
Hon. Lloyd Axworthy (Canada)
Lic. Mayu Brizuela de Avila (El Salvador)
Dr. Julieta Castellanos (Honduras)
Fr. Leonir Chiarello (Scalabrinian Order)
President Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica)
Dr. Silvia Giorguli Saucedo (Mexico)
Cardinal Álvaro Ramazzini (Guatemala)

North and Central American Task Force on Migration Official Site