Migration that Works

MIgration that Works logo_Horizontal_RGBMigration that Works is a coalition of labor, migration, civil rights, anti-trafficking organizations and academics advancing a labor migration model that respects the human rights of workers, families and communities and reflects their voices and experiences. Founded in 2011 as the International Labor Recruitment Working Group (ILRWG), Migration that Works is the first coordinated effort to strategically address worker rights abuses across industries and visa categories. Find out more.

Alianza Nacional de Campesinas

Co-founded by CDM, Alianza Nacional de Campesinas (“Alianza de Campesinas”) is the first national farmworker women’s organization in the U. S. created by current and former farmworker women, along with women who hail from farmworker families.

Red Nacional de Organismos Civiles de Derechos Humanos: Todos los Derechos para Todas y Todos

CDM participates in Red TDT, a Mexico-based network of human rights organizations. CDM has attended Red TDT general assemblies and has developed supportive relationships with human rights organizations in Mexico. Find out more. 

American University Washington College of Law Immigrant Justice Clinic

CDM collaborates with the faculty and students in the Immigrant Justice Clinic at American University, Washington College of Law. In 2010, the clinic and CDM published Picked Apart: The Hidden Struggles of Migrant Worker Women in the Maryland Crab Industry. CDM continues to collaborate with the clinic on projects to improve the recruitment and working conditions of guestworkers. Find out more.

University of Pennsylvania Law School’s Transnational Legal Clinic

Since its founding in 2006, the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s Transnational Legal Clinic (TLC) has represented individuals seeking asylum and other forms of immigration relief from across the globe and has worked alongside and on behalf of international human rights and community-based organizations on a range of rights-based issues, particularly as they relate to migrants.


Conformed by nonprofit organizations and national and international networks, the Collective National Plan of Development-Migration (Collective PND-Migration) has the objective of promoting the inclusion of migration policy from the approaches of development, human rights and gender in the National Development Plan 2013-2018, through inclusive and democratic participation mechanisms.