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Roundtable discussion on the findings from IDMC's third and final report on internal displacement in the Northern Triangle of Central America
Expert opinion |
People making their way en masse from the Northern Triangle of Central America to the US signal a new and desperate strategy for individuals and families fleeing violence and crippling poverty in the region. IDMC’s Researcher Elizabeth Rushing and Monitoring Expert Andres Lizcano Rodriguez unpack this change of tactic based on recent research findings.
Publication |
Organised criminal violence associated with drug trafficking and gang activity has reached epidemic proportions in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala in recent years, forcing hundreds of thousands of people to abandon their homes in search of safety.
Publication |
NOTE: This is a Spotlight taken from IDMC’s 2018 Global Report on Internal Displacement (GRID).