NHLA is a premier coalition of the nation’s 39 prominent Latino organizations. Collectively, NHLA leads the advocacy behind the pressing civil rights and policy issues impacting the 54 million Latinos living in the United States. NHLA strives to increase Latino visibility and leverages its efforts to build a stronger Latino influence in our country’s affairs.
NHLA Latino Appointments Program
The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda is leading a community-wide effort to identify strong candidates to serve the President of the United States.Read More
NHLA along with Political Parity is working hard to change these numbers through Latinas Represent programs and forums and with community partners across the country.
The NHLA 2012 Hispanic Policy Agenda is a comprehensive document that addresses prime policy issues facing Hispanics in six main issue areas.
Two Year Progress Report
Hispanic Policy Agenda
113th Congress 2014 Report (PDF)
108th Congress First & Second Session (PDF)
107th Congress First & Second Session (PDF)
106th Congress Second Session (PDF)
106th Congress First Session (PDF)
105th Congress (PDF)
OPM’s Efforts to Improve Hispanic Representation (PDF)
At the midway point since issuing its quadrennial Hispanic Public Policy Agenda in 2008, the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda assessed the progress made thus far in addressing the major public policy issues facing the Hispanic community nationally across six broad issue areas; Education, Immigration, Government Accountability, Health, Civil Rights and Economic Development.
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