On September 23, 2021, Haitian migrants prepare to cross the Rio Grande from Mexico to Del Rio, Texas at Ciudad Acuna, Mexico. Mexican police cordoned off a small migrant camp on the Mexican side of the river, and immigration authorities asked migrants to relocate to a shelter further away from the border.
Training of migrants in wood is essential because it creates new activities that are highly beneficial to everyone who lives and works in refugee camps.
People were attacked, subjected, beaten with shields and batons; The carrying of long weapons was identified by elements of the army
Refugees and asylum seekers learning to cope with mental health concerns caused by the uncertainty and fear of violence
17 shelters for minor migrants along the Mexico southern border, and some along the northern border with the United States, amid a surge of child migrants coming from Central America
The Mexican state of Tamaulipas has seen violence indicators increase to an historic level: its
Without the ability to safely live in their home countries, many women flee seeking international asylum and protection
A surge in migrants from the Northern Triangle of Central America—which includes El Salvador, Guatemala,
The main dangers faced by migrants on their journey through the country range from extortion, kidnappings, to homicides and disappearances.