As of today, 93,291 Venezuelans have been formally recognized as refugees and 896,069 are asylum-seekers. On this International Refugee Day, we remember and honor them, and the countries guaranteeing their protection
Although Venezuela has very strong women in politics, there are many more who are excluded. We need to work for a female perspective in the Venezuelan political process.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone and everything. However, there are particular challenges for women in the current situation, at a global scale.
Venezuelan migration is today the largest displacement crisis the Americas has ever seen, and globally the second largest after Syria’s. The predictions for 2019 became true: there are now at least 4.7 million Venezuelan migrants and refugees in the world
Little attention is being paid to those requesting asylum in the U.S. or overstaying their visas. They’re held for months and their loved ones barely get any news about their wellbeing.
Venezuelan women are dying while migrating. It’s happening silently, thoroughly, and now we finally have data on it.
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