A 273-page research report about migration trends, policies, and human rights in Mexico in 2021 and 2022.
A field report on abuses of migrant rights in Mexico’s southern-border city of Tapachula, focusing on the asylum-seeking migrant population stranded there.
A multimedia microsite about the increasing use of military force to confront migration in Mexico, the United States, and elsewhere in the region.
Documents examples of U.S. and Mexican personnel abusing and mistreating Haitian migrants during and after a large-scale September 2021 migration event in Del Rio, Texas.
A memoir of a migrant caravan whose members walked from Tapachula to Mexico City in late 2021.
How Mexico can improve its asylum system and other provisions for a fast-rising number of protection-seeking migrants.
This report “shares the testimonies of people who are facing the real and often heart breaking consequences of U.S. asylum policies,” especially “Remain in Mexico.”
Striking photos by Rubén Figueroa of migrants aboard La Bestia, the cargo train that traverses southeast Mexico, in late 2019.
A research-based letter expressing concern about migrants’ rights and health in Mexico in light of the coronavirus emergency.
A documentation of the effects that U.S. asylum restriction policies are having on migrants’ physical and mental health, based on 480 interviews and testimonies with migrants and asylum seekers.