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A report from Jesuit Refugee Service/USA notes that the flows of migrants from Central America toward the U.S. require special consideration both from a human rights perspective and because their vulnerability is intimately linked to continued regional insecurity. The report, Persistent Insecurity: Abuses against Central Americans in Mexico, includes specific recommendations to alleviate the abuses faced by migrants on their journey.
The report, co-authored by Joanna Foote and Mary Small of Jesuit Refugee Service/USA, is available to be read or downloaded on our Research Publications page, or you can download the PDF by clicking here. A Spanish translation of the report is also available.
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