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Haitian Migrants in Mexico Look Towards the Future

Thousands of Haitian migrants currently reside in Mexican border towns, stuck in a state of limbo after their dreams of political asylum in the United States were crushed. Many are seeking to start new lives by building houses and seeking approval from the Mexican government to work. The large influx of Haitian migrants to the area has created lively Haitian communities, where many are looking to turn their temporary situations into permanent homes. However, a large number of migrants are still waiting for approval from Mexico’s National Migration Institute to stay in the country, and this uncertainty poses major threats to their security and stability in the future. Part of the article is shown below. Click HERE for the original article. Stranded Haitian migrants seek new home on Mexico-U.S. border Lizbeth Diaz, Reuters March 16, 2017 Kneeling on a patch of flat earth with a shovel in […]

Avocats sans frontières Canada appuie le Collectif contre l’impunité : Jean-Claude Duvalier doit faire face à la justice pour crimes contre l’humanité

Published By Lawyers without Borders, Canada Refus du juge d’instruction de donner suite aux plaintes individuelles Avocats sans frontières Canada appuie le Collectif contre l’impunité : Jean-Claude Duvalier doit faire face à la justice pour crimes contre l’humanité

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