The Mexico Conference 2018: The Path(s) Forward


Friday, February 2, 2018, 5:00pm to 6:30pm


Harvard Graduate School of Education (13 Appian Way) and Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government (79 JFK St)

This conference, organized by Harvard students, aims to promote debate around the path forward for Mexico over the coming 20 years for the country to become one of the 21st century's success stories.


The 2018 Conference will address the following themes:

  • Mexican Soft Power

  • Is Democracy Working? Reformulating the Model

  • Rule of Law in Mexico: A Pending Agenda?

  • Launching Mexico Into the XXI Century: A New Economic Model

  • Security in Mexico: Challenges & Solutions

  • Improving People's Health in Mexico

  • Starting Up Mexico

The annual Mexico conference is a student-led effort coordinated by the Harvard University Mexican Association of Students (HUMAS) and the Mexican Caucus (MC) at HKS. The conference is being organized with the institutional support of Harvard-affiliated organizations such as the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) and the Fundación Harvard en México (FHM).

More information is available on the conference website, and tickets are available for purchase on the HUMAS Eventbrite

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