Youth in Mesoamerica produce radio messages about safe migration
Why is making radio still important in our region? This is one of the questions with which the Mesoamerica Program personnel initiate the communication workshops they have been imparting in the region since this past April.
El Salvador – Honduras III cross- border meeting for the protection of at-risk migrants
As part of the strategic activities of the Mesoamerica Program, officials from diverse institutions from El Salvador and Honduras had the opportunity last month to exchange experiences and continue strengthening a cross-border network for the protection of at-risk migrants and their families.
Costa Rica: Educational centers free of racial discrimination
In Costa Rica, educators across the country have set the challenge of preparing themselves to adequately address the cases of racial discrimination in their schools. In the short term, the aim is to establish a protocol and, in the long term, to establish the basis for a model that will allow schools to be certified as free from racial discrimination.
IOM’s Specialized Course on Migrant Children extend to Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama
A total of 50 officials of institutions and civil society organizations in Costa Rica started in April a specialized course to promote the comprehensive protection of migrant children and adolescents. About 100 people more from Nicaragua and Panama will join this group by middle May.
Young people trained to raise awareness of migration officials
In order raise awareness about the needs of protection and assistance to young migrants in Mesoamerica, IOM, in coordination with the Departmental Delegation of Chinandega of the Ministry of the Interior, trained 20 youngsters as trainers, who later replicated the workshop to local authorities.
More than 100 Guatemalan children participate in Community Festival on Safe Migration
The cold of the morning of Monday, April 17, did not prevent youngsters, students, mothers with their daughters and sons, and other people from approaching the acoustic shell of Concepción Tutuapa’s central park in San Marcos Guatemala, to see what the invitation that was made through the loudspeakers was about. Minutes later they laughed at the occurrences of a clown and took pictures along with the messages that informed them on safe and regular migration.
IOM provides psychosocial care tools to migrants’ caregivers
Based on the premise that, without emotional health, it is not possible to provide adequate assistance to migrants, the Mesoamerica Program organized a Regional Workshop focused on the psychosocial care, and care of the personnel that serves migrants in Mesoamerica.
Rebuilding the Confidence of Migrant Adolescents
With the aim of animating the days of hundreds of migrant teenagers in the "Viva México" Temporary Shelter for Migrant Minors, IOM, through its Mesoamerican program, has set out to promote a recreational and training program that will bring back some joy and emotional relief.
32 Young University Students Discuss on Migration in Southern Mexico
The University of the Isthmus in Ixtepec campus was the setting for the workshop "Migration and Youth", aimed at 32 students of the Faculty of Law of the Department of Constitutional Studies.
Protection and Assistance to Migrants
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Coordination of Attention to Human Rights of the state of Oaxaca held this week the workshop "Protection and Assistance to Migrants", aimed at state institutions of government and civil society, Which provide care to the migrant population.