Justice for the Martyr of Migration?

Escrito por  |  10 / September / 2015
Nohemi Alvarez Quillay

On the official front, a flurry of activity surrounding Nohemi’s death has unfolded in several nations.

Deportation, Detention and Abuse on the U.S.-Guatemala Border

Escrito por  |  8 / September / 2015

The victims of this extraterritorial policy are Central American migrants who cross every day, seeking to save their lives and their families from the violence and hunger plaguing their countries.

With Pain and Hope, Migrant Caravan Links Honduras and Washington

Escrito por  |  21 / August / 2015
Members of AMIREDIS with Living Hope Wheelchair Association, Houston, Texas.

Paradoxically, from their status of limited mobility—both as unauthorized migrants and as individuals with injuries—the members of AMIREDIS demand the rights of human mobility, the right to cross borders with dignity, and the right of all to live with dignity in their homeland.

Slave in the Fields: A reporter goes undercover in the San Quintin Valley

Escrito por  |  16 / July / 2015

This report developed in the fields of San Quintín about indigenous workers from Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz and Guerrero migrating to agricultural fields to be used as laborers. There is no public policy to protect the human rights of these migrant farm workers who are subjected to labor abuses and low wages because they can not speak Spanish.

San Quintín Valley: From Labor Abuse to Labor Mobilization

Escrito por  |  16 / July / 2015
Photo: David Bacon

The San Quintín Valley, one of Mexico’s highest producing agricultural areas with a market aimed principally at export, is also one of the places with the most abusive, unsanitary and harmful working conditions for day laborers.

7 Reasons to Scrap the $1 Billion Aid Package to Central America

Escrito por  |  30 / June / 2015

We are a group of social scientists with decades of research experience with the very populations targeted in Biden’s plan. We are painfully aware that Central America’s rural and urban poor need support. But Biden’s package is guaranteed to deepen—not alleviate—the problems faced by Central America’s poor majority.

Mexican Immigration Authorities Impede Humanitarian Aid to Central American Migrants

Escrito por  |  3 / December / 2014

Adrián Rodríguez Garcia and Wilson Castro, who provided food and other aid to migrants in Mexico State were shot to death in their pick-up truck on Nov. 23. A criminal gang for its assaults on migrants in the town of Tequixquiac, north of Mexico City, fired a round of bullets into their truck.