Along Panama's Migratory Path
This past week, the Quixote Center team traveled to Panama to meet with our partners at the Franciscan Network on Migration (RFM), to learn more about the conditions migrants encounter in Panama and see how we can continue to accompany and support the RFM’s work there.
What is an Asylum Ban, and How Can We Stop it?
The Biden administration proposed a new rule that would bar most migrants from being able to seek asylum if they did not seek asylum in a country through which they transited or based on how they entered.
The Power of One
This contributor is a strong activist in their local Haitian community and has requested to remain anonymous.
“I come as one, but I stand as 10,000.”
Small Scale Farming in Perspective
By Kim Lamberty
There is a reason that Quixote Center supports small-scale farmers in Haiti.
Remind Your Home State: Immigrants Are Welcome
Solidarity in Action
By Kim Lamberty
It’s hard to find good news from Haiti. With increasing gang violence, food insecurity, and environmental degradation, families and communities are taking desperate measures. The situation is the most challenging in recent memory.
Biden Considers Asylum Ban As States Sue to End Parole Program
On Tuesday, 20 states sued the Biden administration in an attempt to block the new humanitarian parole program.
Statement: Migrants in Tapachula Face Barriers to Asylum in Mexico
The following is a statement released by the Colectivo de Observación y Monitoreo de Derechos Humanos en el Sureste Méxicano, of which our partners at La 72 are a part. We have translated the statement from Spanish to English. To read the original statement, click HERE.