Death threats and gang violence forcing more families to flee northern Central America - UNHCR and UNICEF survey
Central America and Mexico reaffirm commitment to address the needs of hundreds of thousands forced to flee
MIRPS countries commit to continue advancing effective responses to forced displacement in Central America during their third annual meeting.
UNHCR joins response to victims of hurricane in Central America and Mexico
As COVID-19 rages, Mexican firm steps up to save lives
Partly staffed by refugees, storied appliance maker Mabe turns its production to safeguarding Latin America's first responders.
Hardships multiply for older refugees amid COVID-19 pandemic
Physical decline, deepening economic hardship and isolation make life tougher for older people, who comprise four per cent of the forcibly displaced population worldwide.
Personal tragedy drives Honduran social worker's fight against gang violence
Gangs prey upon vulnerable youths. But a man whose family was devastated by these criminal organizations is drawing on his past to provide youths with an alternative.
Death of transgender asylum seeker in Guatemala highlights increased risks and protection needs for LGBTI community
For Salvadoran LGBTI people, "At the moment, it's riskier than ever"
A transgender activist speaks with Mexican actor Alfonso Herrera about how the LGBTI community in El Salvador is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Forests in Guatemala find new guardians: refugees
As rangers in some of Central America's most biodiverse national parks, refugees and asylum-seekers get a fresh start while protecting threatened plant and animal species.