CURRENT PROJECTS

Examples of projects in which REACH has been involved include:

  • Improving Supply Chain Transparency, Monitoring, and Accountability in Guatemala's Coffee Sector.
  • Emerging Markets Research  in Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile.
  • Mujer Jaguar Project.
  • Memories of the Civil War Widows of Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala.
  • Research on Violence and Reconciliation during Guatemala’s Civil War.
  • Research on Labor and Human Rights Risking the Guatemalan Palm Oil Sector.
  • Research on Indicators of Forced Labor and Human Trafficking in Illegal Gold Mining in Peru.
  •  Research on Labor Brokerage and Trafficking of Nepali Migrant Workers.
  • Research on Indicators of Forced Labor in the Supply Chain of Coffee in Guatemala.
  • Research on Immigrant Workers in US Agriculture: The Role of Labor Brokers in Vulnerability to Forced Labor.
  • Violence Prevention Workshops in the USA, Guatemala, and Peru.
  • Strategic Plan for Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention in the Latino Community in Massachusetts.
  • Research on Small Arms and the Cycle of Violence: The Rise of Transnational Gangs in Central America.
  • Latino Coalition
  • Art and Dance Therapy Classes for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence in Massachusetts, USA.
  • Art Exhibitions in USA: “Broken Hearts” and “Liberated Hearts,” created by Female Victims of Domestic Violence and Rape.
  • Art Exhibition in Guatemala: “Don’t Hurt Me Anymore”/ “Ya No Me Lastimes,” created by Child Victims of Domestic Violence.
  • Photography Exhibition in Guatemala: “Silent Voices of Latin America” /“Voces Silenciosas de Latinoamérica”
  • Photojournalism Project: “Narratives of Exploited Women Workers”/ “Narrativas de Mujeres Trabajadoras Explotadas”
  • Free Support Groups for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence in: Massachusetts, USA; Quetzaltenango, Guatemala; and Cusco, Peru.
  • Improving Transparency, Monitoring and Accountability in Guatemala's Coffee Supply Chain.
  • Emerging Markets Research  in Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile.
  • Memories of the Civil War Widows of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala.
  • Research on Violence and Reconciliation during Guatemala’s Civil War.
  • Mujer Jaguar Project.