The Continued Growth of Family Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean in 2015
On January 13th the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a discussion on migration and development in Central America in light of the recent congressional funding approval of the Alliance for Prosperity.
The emergence of this new normative edifice in favor of transparency and accountability is one of the most important, yet unsung, stories of the consolidation of democracy in Latin America.
Central America is not moving forward; rather, it has regressed. The region is experiencing one of the most severe crises in its history.
In what direction will Morales and his cabinet take Guatemala’s economy?
Reforms are deeply necessary in Guatemala but the path forward is neither easy nor simple.
CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY AS SUBMITTED FOR RECORD AND DELIVERED BEFORE A FULL COMMITTEE HEARING OF THE US SENATE COMMITTEE ON HOMELAND SECURITY AND GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS. Over the past five years, slightly over 100,000 unaccompanied migrant children from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador have been apprehended at the US southern border. They are but…
Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador plan to join forces and ask for Mexico’s help in forming a strategy to respond to Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president, El Salvador’s foreign minister told Reuters Nov. 16. What should the Central American countries do in order to protect their interests during the upcoming Trump administration?
Each year, the Migration, Remittances, and Development Program surveys migrants about their views on a variety of topics.
Should CICIG’s mandate be extended? What factors are shaping the debate, and what will most likely be the outcome?
If external actors are serious about helping the Northern Triangle, they should not be shy about demanding fundamental reforms.
Despite the importance of teachers in the learning process, systems for recruiting, selecting, training, and supporting teachers remain deficient.
Central American migration is linked to poverty, inequality, and violence in the region.
This report offers recommendations for Central American governments seeking to leverage the economic activities of migrants in a more integral manner.
Migrant transnationalism, in addition to being an expression of culture, identity and love, is an important economic phenomenon.