The U.S.–Mexico Futures Forum

 Human Rights Triptych, by Rufino Tamayo.
Human Rights Triptych, by Rufino Tamayo.

The U.S.–Mexico Futures Forum is a joint project launched by the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México in Mexico City and the Center for Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley. The goal of the on-going forum is to bring together a diverse group of people from both countries — political actors, scholars, public intellectuals, artists and representatives of social movements — to candidly explore the state of the U.S.–Mexico relationship and seek innovative new approaches to improving binational cooperation.

Conferences of the Forum

2017: Tiburon

2011: Berkeley

2010: Zacatecas

2009: Berkeley

2008: Ciudad de México

2006: San Francisco Bay Area

2005: Morelia

2003: San Francisco Bay Area

2002: Cuernavaca