Mexico and Central America

Mexico and Central America have undergone dramatic transformations over the past three decades. While this has led to progress and new opportunities in some areas—including nascent democracies, organized civil society, and vibrant movements of indigenous peoples—inequality persists.

For the region to thrive, governments must be more accountable to their people—which means more willing and able to punish the perpetrators of human rights violations and beneficiaries of high-level corruption. It also means ensuring that natural resources are shared and managed more equitably, so that rural and indigenous communities shoulder less of the costs of extracting them (financial and otherwise), and reap more of the benefits.

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Grant makers in Mexico and Central America

Grant makers in Mexico and Central America

Senior Program Officer, Mexico and Central America
Program Officer, Mexico and Central America
Mexico City, Mexico
International Program Director, Civic Engagement and Government; Director, Mexico and Central America
Director, Mexico and Central America
Mexico City, Mexico
International Program Director, Natural Resources and Climate Change
Director, Natural Resources and Climate Change
Mexico City, Mexico
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