No Justice: Gender-based Violence and Migration in Central America
Gender-based violence affects one in three women worldwide, making it an urgent and important policy challenge. Violence against women and girls is often excluded from conversations on the nexus of Central American migration, regional development, and domestic immigration reform.
We Still Have a Role to Play in Afghanistan
The United States and the international community must act to protect the health and safety of those vulnerable to the Taliban, especially women and girls.
The Texas Story: Will the Texas Miracle Include All Texans?
Texas is booming. It is the fastest growing state in the Union per the 2020 Census. People of color account for 95% of that population growth. Looking forward, will all young Texans be offered a quality education that puts them on the path to opportunity? Will the state benefit from their collective ingenuity, knowledge, and leadership?
Mrs. Laura Bush: ‘Free people around the world must stand with Afghan women’
We must remember the remarkable resiliency that Afghan women have shown over the past two decades. They have taken great steps to improve the quality of life in their country.
Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative
President George W. Bush: Immigration is a defining asset of the United States
In an op-ed for The Washington Post, President Bush shares details about his new book Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants and discusses how to restore confidence in America's immigration system.