Immigration
Panamanians reject visit of US state secretary Antony Blinken

The US Secretaries of State and Homeland Security arrived in Panama to attend a regional meeting on migration cooperation in the hemisphere. Those protesting the visit highlighted that US imperialism is the root cause for migration in the region

Congolese refugee Moïse Kabamgabe beaten to death in Rio de Janeiro after asking for wages

When Moïse Kabamgabe demanded his payment for two days of work, his boss decided to kill him, says family

Global Migration Indicators report summarizes 2020 for migrants across the world

The Global Migration Indicators report by the International Organization for Migration is here, with an update on how COVID-19 affected migration around the world.

Migrants in Mexico demand protections amid growing uncertainty in status

Thousands of Central American migrants, stranded in Mexico, demand that the authorities accelerate the process to regularize their immigration status so that they can legally reside, transit and work throughout the country.

Mexican security forces repress migrant caravan, arrest around 100

Since August 28, more than 1,000 migrants have set off on a journey from the Tapachula municipality in Mexico to the US, with the hope to apply for a humanitarian asylum there. In the past three days, the security forces have detained more than 200 migrants

A new migrant caravan leaves from Honduras for the US

Over 3,000 Hondurans have embarked on a perilous journey to the US in the absence of a response from the far-right government of President Juan Orlando Hernández to the socio-economic crisis in the country

Will Biden ensure my family is reunited?

Trump’s cruel anti-immigrant agenda separated untold numbers of families, including mine. Will the new administration fix the mess?

From fields to supermarkets, solidarity with laborers on strike

On May 21, migrant agricultural workers across Italy are set to strike in protest over the new immigration rules announced by the government. These rules – offering only six month permits for workers in limited sectors – fall far short of what has been demanded

ICRC urges Mexico and Central American countries to protect migrants against COVID-19

The ICRC highlighted that migrants are more vulnerable to coronavirus due to lack of access to healthcare and conditions for isolation and hygiene measures

A new Honduran migrant caravan leaves for the US

Thousands of Hondurans, every year, set off for the US on a perilous journey in order to escape violence, poverty and lack of opportunities and in search of better livelihoods

US aid worker, Scott Warren, acquitted by federal jury

Scott Warren of No More Deaths, was charged of “harboring” two undocumented immigrants by federal prosecutors for offering them humanitarian aid

Danish demolitions Danish activists protest ‘ghetto’ law that targets minorities

Residential area regulations that were approved in May 2018 are widely believed to be racially instigated, in a bid to structurally isolate ethnic minorities and immigrant Muslims

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