The Franciscan Network for Migrants has several shelters and welcome centers for migrants in Colombia, Panamá, Mexico, Central America and the United States.
🚿 🛏 🍛 FIND THEM HERE
The “Migrar informado es migrar más seguro” project, developed together with Humanizing Deportation at the University of California, Davis, produces videos where migrants tell their own stories and experiences about migration.
🎥 FIND THEM HERE
El Asilo en Estados Unidos
El Refugio en México
Here’s a palm card with some practical tips to help you on your journey. You can download it and save it to your telephone or print it out.
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Red Clamor has a map that will help you identify concrete assistance that you will find through the work of of the church throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
🗺 SEE THE MAPS
«Voy Caminando», migrant newspaper. This initiative is rooted in the volunteer experience and was brought to life throug the ideas of migrant guests at La 72. Its purpose is to communicate to the local, national, and international communities the culture, history, and hopes and dreams of those who find themselves on the migrant journey.
The Global Detention Project is located in detention centers worldwide. If you suspect that a loved one is in detention, you can contact them.
🛑 GDP WEBSITE
📲 Use Facebook to make contact with the service groups directly from your cell phone.