Title: Between a Wall and a Dangerous Place: The Intersection of Human Rights, Public Security, Corruption, & Migration in Honduras and El Salvador
Between a Wall and a Dangerous Place discusses the intersection of human rights, migration, corruption, and public security in Honduras and El Salvador. The series shows how the dangers that propel children, teenagers, women, and men from those countries to seek refuge in the United States, Mexico, and elsewhere have not ended. The blogs are based on interviews with activists, government officials, journalists, humanitarian workers, diplomats, and academics, and aim to present a more nuanced understanding of the root causes of emigration.
Author: Latin America Working Group Education Fund