A mapping socioeconomic integration
How do migrants fare in Latin America and the Caribbean?
July 11, 2023
21 July 2023
9:30 AM (ET)
What are the characteristics of migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean, how do they live and how have they integrated?
Together with the OECD and the IDB, we analyzed 41 socio-economic indicators in 12 countries to describe the levels of integration of the migrant population in their host countries.
Find out more about the opportunities and pending challenges that the integration of the migrant population presents for our region in the launch of the publication "How do migrants fare in Latin America and the Caribbean".
Can perceptions towards migration be changed? The effects of life-stories and informative videos on host communities’ perceptions
Over the course of 3 months, nearly 22,000 people from Barbados, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Trinidad and Toba...
Being a Migrant in Latin America and the Caribbean
Latin America and the Caribbean went from hosting 7 million migrants in 1990 to having an immigrant population of almost 15 million in 2020, being the region of t...
Promoting local development in Latin America through human mobility
On this Migrant Day, at UNDP we renew our commitment to continue creating spaces for dialogue and empowerment of the population in a condition of human mobility b...
UN Agencies regret the death of persons on the move in Latin America, and stand ready to accompany a coordinated regional response
Healthy economies and societies depend on well-managed human mobility to foster economic growth, reduce inequalities, connect diverse societies, and stimulate pos...