#ThinkTwice when you are offered a too-easy job or ask you to pay before you can get it. This video is part of the Think Twice campaign, created along with young people in San Salvador and Santa Ana, El Salvador. Visit https://somoscolmena.info/es/piensalodosveces to learn more.
On social media not everyone is who they say they are. When you are chatting, protect yourself and make sure you know who is on the other side of the screen. Be careful! Traffickers in persons also recruit their victims online. This video is part of the Think Twice campaign, created along with young people in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Visit https://somoscolmena.info/es/piensalo2veces to learn more.
Luis is being pressured to make a decision and do it now, but… will it be as easy as they assure him? This video is part of the Think Twice campaign, created in Guatemala so that people who want to migrate learn how to inform themselves in a safe way, avoiding believing rumors or being victims of deception. Learn more at somoscolmena.info/piensalo2veces.
They offer you the plane ticket, a job and board, but… at what cost? This video is part of the Think Twice campaign, created in Guatemala so that people who want to migrate learn how to inform themselves in a safe way, avoiding believing rumors or being victims of deception. Learn more at somoscolmena.info/piensalo2veces.
Under the principle that collectively built campaigns can help generate behavioral changes, 12 communities in 6 countries designed and now disseminate information campaigns that were adapted to the local context according to their particularities and needs. These campaigns are not satisfied with simply launching messages in mass media or social networks but have implemented community activities as a key element to trigger action.
Desde 2014 se han registrado 5.755 muertes durante viajes migratorios en Centroamérica, Norteamérica y el Caribe, dejando a decenas de miles de familiares en busca de respuestas. Esta crisis humanitaria en curso se pone de manifiesto en una serie de informes sobre migrantes desaparecidos en la región, publicados hoy por el Proyecto Migrantes Desaparecidos de la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM).
Over 35 government officials from Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica, representing the ministries of foreign affairs, labour, health, agriculture and migration institutes, successfully concluded a four-day experience exchange on labour migration programs.
On October 29, more than 50 people from the member countries of the Regional Conference on Migration (RCM) concluded a training and awareness-raising process for employment counselors. The course sought to provide context on labour migration in the region, inform about the profiles of migrants and improve practices for their inclusion in the labour market.
In October 2021, 39 officials of the Government of Honduras completed the Diploma on Migration and Development, an eight-week training process designed to strengthen the technical capacities of the human resources of the government institutions that make up the Inter-Institutional Table on Labour Migration. The tools acquired will enable them to improve dialogue, coordination and the generation of work proposals under a comprehensive approach to of labour migration.
On October 20, 2021, the third edition of the "Specialized virtual course on migrant children in the Americas" opened with a discussion on the rights of migrant children and adolescents. This is part of a joint effort between the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Institute for Children and Adolescents of the Organization of American States (IIN-OAS).