This page describes some of BMI's research projects
Protocol Development for the Standardization of Identification and Examination of Undocumented Border Crossers’ Remains along the U.S.-Mexico Border
A component of this research was the investigation of how community based organization respond to the increased suffering along the border, as a result of greater immigration enforcement and policing. The result of this is the rising number of deaths along the border presumed to be immigrants, and the outrage of humanitarian organizations and NGOs. Here, a local organization assembles the crosses needed to commemorate the deaths at a local demonstration.
4. A Multidisciplinary Binational Study of Migrant Women in the Context of a U.S. Mexico Border Reproductive Health Care Continuum Sponsored by the Programa de Investigacion de Migracion y Salud.
5. Investigator Project 7.4 Methods Research Workshops: Instruments, Analysis, and Ethics Sponsored by US-UofA-DHS Center of Excellence
6. Pilot Project: “Operation Streamline” Judicial Process
7. No Vale Nada la Vida/La Vida no Vale Nada, an anthology based on proceedings from the conference bearing the same name Paritally Supported by the Ford Foundation