Shiomara Perla del Carpio Ovando, Eduardo Fernández Guzmán, Elizabeth Garnica Reséndiz - European Journal of Business and Social Sciences1 Aug 2016
Using the stories and reflections of boys and girls in Guanajuato, Mexico, this study points out how with migration, there are different ways to understand and cope with the issues that surround migration.
David Androff - Journal of Human Rights and Social Work27 May 2016
This paper examines the immigration of children from Central America to the USA by setting the context of immigration across the USA–Mexico border, reviewing the extent and causes of the influx in immigration, and detailing the political, legal, and social work responses to the child migrants.
Enjoli Francis & Christine Romo - ABC News10 May 2016
This article and corresponding video shine light on the current status of residential institutions for children with disabilities in Mexico, who promised to make changes following Disability Rights International’s report, and the little progress made to right the abuses these children have been subjected to.
ISS-USA is implementing a training in Guatemala on April 28-29th. This training is part of a project to provide coordinated cross border social services for children and families migrating in the Northern Triangle, Mexico, and the U.S.
This essay considers the recent increase in migration of unaccompanied minors from Central America and Mexico and argues that US border control and immigration officials have not addressed the specific experiences of migrating children.