Latino Research Center University of Nevada, Reno

Our Mission

The Latino Research Center at the University of Nevada, Reno serves as a nexus between the Latino community and the university. Its mission is to foster research, student achievement, faculty collaboration, advocacy, and outreach in a manner that best meets the educational needs and goals of the State of Nevada and best honors the intellectual and cultural capital of the Latino presence in our state.

Publications

Do You Hear My Accent When I Write?:
The Voice Of A Latina Im
migrant

Do You Hear My Accent

Border-Lines
Journal of the LRC

Border-Lines

The United Nations World Food Program
and
the Latino Research Center
presents

Conference:

Food Security and International Migration:
Perspective from the Americas

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September 4, 2010
University of Nevada, Reno
Atlantis Casino Resort

poster conference

Topics

  • Causes of migration: Are poverty and hunger important causes of migration flows in the Americas?
  • Relevance of safety nets: What is the impact of social safety nets to address poverty and hunger on reducing migratory flows from poor areas in the region?
  • Remittances: Have migrant remittances acted as important social safety nets, preventing nutritional deterioration among beneficiaries of such cash flows in the Americas?
  • Climate change: By increasing the recurrence of natural disasters such as droughts and floods, which destroy harvests and alter production cycles, does climate change also intensify poverty and hunger in the Western Hemisphere?

Registration

Because of limited seating we strongly encourage you to register as soon as possible.
Registration for this whole day conference is free of charge, and breakfast and lunch will be provided to all attendees.
You can register online here or by calling the Latino Research Center at (775) 784-4010.

Check in will start at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Click here to register online