Capacity-Building

Members of the Network are already providing a myriad of resources to migrants. Network members will be able to enhance each other’s work by sharing information and resources via different media (bulletins, meetings and gatherings, capacity-building seminars, resource and route maps, threat advisories, etc.) that they can then pass on to migrants in their care along the route.

30 July: World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

30 July: World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

“Victims’ Voices Lead the Way”. This year’s theme puts victims of human trafficking at the centre of the campaign and will highlight the importance of listening to and learning from survivors of human trafficking.

Migration and violence for being from the LGBTI community

Migration and violence for being from the LGBTI community

In recent years there have been many legal advances for the LGBTI community: agreements, decrees, and laws that assure respect for the most basic rights of people who belong to the LGBTI community, so that they can exercise and enjoy their freedoms without any repercussions.

In Central America, migration is forced and deportations are violent

In Central America, migration is forced and deportations are violent

It is important to emphasize that the “deportation” of migrants generates violence to the dignity and psychosocial structure of the person throughout the process, from the moment of capture, in the detention centers where minors and adults are kept, to the treatment when expelled from the destination country, all the way back to their home countries, where they are received with much the same kind of treatment…

Central America’s migration exodus

Central America’s migration exodus

The context of migration before the Central American exodus caravans. Human mobility is one of the most visible consequences of the globalized world, the product of a neoliberal model in which the poorest seem to have no place.