Migration; Latin America; Geography; Central America
Education | Higher Education
While migration is a positive and empowering experience for many, it is quite clear that forced migrants from Central America tend to be disproportionately vulnerable. Often their human rights and fundamental freedoms are at risk, not just in the countries they leave but in the dangerous route and places they settle. This poster promotes an understanding of migration from a critical though that challenge normative and dominant ideas provide a wider understanding of the complexity of the problem in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, territory called northern triangle of Central America.
Institute of International Education / Fulbright – English for Graduate Studies Program
Fatima Rodriguez Pacas, "An overview of mi Mgration in the Northern Countries of Central America', Fulbright Scholar's Program, Syracuse University, NY 2019
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