A consortium of journalists looked into the routes taken by migrants from outside Latin America. “We mapped the paths migrants take, the dangers they face, the political hurdles they have to clear, and the people who profit from trafficking in their hopes and dreams.”
A series of reports and multimedia presentations about the transit of migrants from other continents through Latin America en route to the United States.
A photo-filled report from the Mexican border city of Matamoros, where thousands of mostly Central American asylum-seekers are stranded by “Remain in Mexico” and the COVID-19 border closure.
A current overview of how the Trump administration’s COVID-19 response, including blanket expulsions of asylum-seeking Mexicans and Central Americans, including unaccompanied children, is worsening the humanitarian situation along the border.
An interview with El Paso-based asylum lawyer Taylor Levy.
A look at the path that “extra-continental” U.S.-bound migrants take through coastal Colombia and Panama’s densely jungled Darién Gap, considered the most dangerous part of the entire journey.
The plight of migrants forced to wait in Mexican border towns for a chance to seek asylum on the U.S. side.
A documentation of the effects that U.S. asylum restriction policies are having on migrants’ physical and mental health, based on 480 interviews and testimonies with migrants and asylum seekers.
“Key facts and figures on the devastating impact on asylum seekers and migrants after a year of the Trump Administration’s immoral and illegal Remain in Mexico policy.”
A memo reporting back from a field visit to El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.