Rating: 5 stars   8 reviews


620 S 6th Ave Tucson AZ 85701 USA


BorderLinks is an international leader in experiential education that raises awareness and inspires action around global political economics. BorderLinks transforms lives by bringing people together to engage critically and creatively with communities impacted by immigration and border policies in the U.S. and Mexico. Our experiential educational programs, workshops, and bi-national partnerships put local issues into a global context, encouraging individuals to join with each other to build movements for personal and societal change.


Annually, BorderLinks works with over 600 individuals who learn about border and immigration policies and use their experiences to take action in their own communities and nationwide. We work in solidarity and accompaniment with individuals and organizations impacted by immigration policies and build a deeper understanding of the border situation. We partner with the HEPAC community center in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico to provide workshops and community empowerment opportunities.

Target demographics:

students from universities, high schools, and seminaries; people of faith; civic groups

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Over 600 individuals from universities, religious organizations, seminaries, high schools, and civic groups

Geographic areas served:

Arizona-Sonora borderlands, Chiapas, Copper Canyon, U.S. nationwide


BorderLinks currently provides transformational educational programs to over 500 people per year, offering 1-10 day Arizona-Sonora border delegations, extended summer civic engagement programs, community workshops, and programs in Chiapas and the Copper Canyon. These programs focus on topics such as border history, immigration policies, economics, and the public discourse about immigration. Participants gain a deeper understanding of border and immigration policies through direct experience, engage in focused reflection, and make connections to communities in the U.S. and Mexico.

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Rating: 5 stars  

BorderLinks links people, like me, to the realities of borders in our world, and the US-Mexican border in particular, by folks visiting from across the United States and the world to see it and evaluated it for themselves. This 25-year-old + educational program headquartered in Tucson, AZ, makes sure participants are exposed to all points of view and encourages them in your reflection on their experiences and deciding what action(s) they wish to take regarding border issues.

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For more than 25 years BorderLinks educational experiences has linked people to people on, and beyond, the US-Mexican border, revealing the human face of national and global immigration policies and trade practices in a binational setting, linking that experience and critical reflection to pathways for action toward a more just human community. Thousands of US citizens and citizens of nine other countries have participated in this unique opportunities promoting multicultural understanding and positive relationships between peoples. Between 800-1,000 individuals participate each year including delegations from university and community groups across the U.S. The program enjoys a high regard and outstanding reputation.

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