Interhemispheric Resource Center
The Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC), which later became the International Relations Center, was a policy studies institute founded in 1979 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, focusing initially on "The plight of undocumented Mexican workers and the impact of energy development on indigenous communities in the [American] Southwest". The IRC's stated mission was working "to make the U.S. a more responsible member of the global community by promoting progressive strategic dialogues that lead to new citizen-based agendas." It remained active until 2008.
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