An El Salvadoran journalist documents the hardships suffered by African migrants at the Mexico-Guatemala border.
Mostly non-Latin American migrants pass through Colombia and then on to the very dangerous Darién Gap of Panama.
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.”
Traces the journey through the Americas, into the United States and ultimately to Canada, of a Congolese journalist fleeing persecution.
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 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.