Among the six million+ Venezuelans who have left their country, there are displaced citizens and refugees; but institutions, politicians, and social agents decide to deny them this status, feeding a vicious circle of human rights violations
Tag: migration crisis
Security forces, gangs and guerrillas were forcing people out of cities, villages and Indigenous communities even before the massive migration waves
The events in the Chilean town of Iquique are just the latest chapter in a history of tensions sparked by Venezuela's migration crisis. What’s the situation in the main destinations of the continent? Here’s the broad picture
The past two years have been of deep transformation for Venezuela. Ahead of a new negotiation cycle, here’s where we stand today
On the same day that chavismo said that Venezuela was the second South American country welcoming more immigrants, Human Rights Watch published a report preaching the hard truth about the horrid Venezuelan migrants crisis.
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