Posts Tagged: children

Bhabha, Jacqueline. “Child Migration & Human Rights in a Global Age” (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2014).

Bhabha, Jacqueline. Child Migration & Human Rights in a Global Age (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2014). The summer of 2014 saw an influx of the presence of central american unaccompanied children at the border between the United States and

Bhabha, Jacqueline. “Child Migration & Human Rights in a Global Age” (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2014).

Bhabha, Jacqueline. Child Migration & Human Rights in a Global Age (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2014). The summer of 2014 saw an influx of the presence of central american unaccompanied children at the border between the United States and

Central American children in a group looking scared at night next to an immigration officer with a flashlight.

Donato, Katherine M., and Blake Sisk. “Children’s Migration to the United States from Mexico and Central America: Evidence from the Mexican and Latin American Migration Projects.” Journal on Migration and Human Security 3.1 (2015): 58-79. Center for Migration Studies of New York. Web. 16 Apr. 2015.

In response to the dramatic increase in unaccompanied, unauthorized child migrants from Central America in the summer of 2014, this article examines motivations and trends in child migration to the U.S. from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua from 1987-2011.

Central American children in a group looking scared at night next to an immigration officer with a flashlight.

Donato, Katherine M., and Blake Sisk. “Children’s Migration to the United States from Mexico and Central America: Evidence from the Mexican and Latin American Migration Projects.” Journal on Migration and Human Security 3.1 (2015): 58-79. Center for Migration Studies of New York. Web. 16 Apr. 2015.

In response to the dramatic increase in unaccompanied, unauthorized child migrants from Central America in the summer of 2014, this article examines motivations and trends in child migration to the U.S. from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua from 1987-2011.

Central American Stories

http://www.centralamericanstories.com/ “When we were young, there was a war” These children grew up in the 1980s during the civil wars in Guatemala and El Salvador. They all lost loved ones and their childhoods were darkened by bombings and massacres. In

Central American Stories

http://www.centralamericanstories.com/ “When we were young, there was a war” These children grew up in the 1980s during the civil wars in Guatemala and El Salvador. They all lost loved ones and their childhoods were darkened by bombings and massacres. In