Background: In August 2019, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) traveled to the Honduran cities of El Progreso, San Pedro Sula, and Tegucigalpa to learn more about the violence affecting children and youth. KIND met
The Border, Trafficking, and Risks to Unaccompanied Children Understanding the Impact of U.S. Policy on Children’s Safety In the last decade, children and young families have become the face of migration at the U.S.-Mexico border.
El Muro Invisible: Obstáculos a la Protección para Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes Migrantes No Acompañadas en la Frontera Sur de México
Aquí: Informe Completo en Español Aquí: Informe Completo en Ingles INTRODUCCIÓN Niñas, niños y adolescentes (NNA) de Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras están llegando a la frontera del sur de México, huyendo de los
The Invisible Wall: Obstacles to Protection for Unaccompanied Migrant Children along Mexico’s Southern Border
English: Download Full Report Here Spanish: Download Full Report Here Introduction Children from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras are arriving at Mexico’s southern border fleeing high levels of violence, including gang violence and forced
Download PDF Here Download Spanish PDF Here July 11, 2019—Troubling new reports reveal that unaccompanied children, many of whom have fled to the U.S. in search of protection, are facing abusive treatment by Customs and
Click here to download. Background Beginning in December 2018, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) conducted a series of visits to different points along the United States-Mexico border to learn about conditions and challenges experienced