BorderLinks is a bi-national, nonprofit educational organization at the U.S.-Mexico border dedicated to raising awareness and inspiring action about a variety of political, historical, economic, social, and cultural issues related to immigration. Our programs focus on cross-border relationship building opportunities, issues of immigration, community formation and development, and social justice in the borderlands between Mexico, the U.S., and beyond. On average, nearly 1,000 individuals participate annually in BorderLinks learning opportunities which fall under two broad areas:
Our experiential education programs look at globalization and the impact of the global economy—especially in reference to migration—through the lens of the border. .
Development, education and service in Mexican border communities take place at the Hogar de Esperanza y Paz (HEPAC) in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.