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Policy Brief: Crossing for a Future: Children Migrating Through the Darién Gap

By USCRI August 8, 2023

In this week’s policy and advocacy report, policy analyst Victoria Walker highlights the record-breaking numbers of children crossing the perilous Darién Gap and provides recommended action steps for host country governments, civil society organizations, and other actors to better protect children in migration and strengthen the response to child migration flows.

Click here to read the full Policy & Advocacy Report by USCRI.

This report is part of USCRI’s ongoing policy and advocacy work highlighting the needs of migrant children. 


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