The Venezuelan exodus: Placing Latin America in the global conversation on migration management [article]

Synopsis

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This article is a brief comparative analysis between the European migration crisis (2014-2016) and the Venezuelan migration crisis. It looks at the similarities in both profiles of displacement, and the differences in regional responses. The main argument made is that the response in Latin America merits a place in the global conversation on forced displacement.

The article is co-written with Dr. Luisa Feline Freier at the Universidad del Pacifico (Political and Social Sciences) in Lima, Peru.

Availability

The article is published (31.07.2018) through the Latin America and Caribbean blog, published by the Latin America and Caribbean Center at London School of Economics and Political Science. It can be read here.