El Salvador’s Gang Violence is Forcing Thousands to Flee
Gang violence is now wreaking havoc on Salvadoran society, fueling an epidemic of crime in general and homicide in particular. And, as with any war zone, El Salvador—and Honduras, and Guatemala—produces a stream of refugees searching for safe haven.
What We Learned About the Candidates’ Immigration Views in the Final Debate
The final debate provided no new clarity, but reaffirmed where the two candidates land on the issue of immigration on these immigration issues.
The Changing Face of Those Apprehended at the Southern U.S. Border
The new numbers released of families and children apprehended at the border show that the government’s deterrence policies have not worked and that is time to shift gears.
History Shows That Border Walls Don’t Work
Here why walls may be symbolically imposing, but they don’t get to the root of the problem.
Using Job and Educational Opportunities to Resettle Refugees
Additional pathways for refugees beyond the traditional resettlement and asylum channels would provide more refugees with better economic opportunities and living situations, along with legal status and an opportunity to use their talents and skills.