Thomas Hare

Pulte Institute for Global Development

3150 Jenkins And Nanovic Halls
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(574) 631-0075

Senior Technical Associate

  • Northern Triangle
  • Effective States & Governance
  • Gang Violence & Drugs
  • Local Capacity Building
  • Migration
  • Poverty
  • USAID / Development Projects

Hare in the News

Young Hondurans’ desire to migrate is influenced by factors beyond poverty and violence

By Maria Estela Rivero Fuentes, Senior Researcher, University of Notre Dame. The University of Notre Dame’s Tom Hare and Laura Miller-Graff co-authored the study.

CNN en Español

This is how irregular migration between Central America and the US would be fixed, according to an expert (Así se arreglaría la migración irregular entre Centroamérica y EE.UU., según experto)


Faced with the problem of irregular migration from Central America to the US , "the only answer that will bear fruit in the long term is social, economic and political development" in Central American countries, explains Tom Hare, researcher at the Pulte Institute Global Development from the University of Notre Dame. (Ante el problema de la migración irregular de Centroamérica a EE.UU., “la única respuesta que va a dar frutos a largo plazo es el desarrollo” social, económico y político en los países centroamericanos, explica Tom Hare, investigador del Instituto Pulte para el Desarrollo Global de la Universidad de Notre Dame.)


To address Central American migrants, the US must confront its own past

Tom Hare is a senior associate in the Pulte Institute for Global Development at the University of Notre Dame.