Colombia. Venezuelans continue perilous journeys across border on foot

Canada and the United States must unite to help Latin American refugees

Madeleine Albright, Lloyd Axworthy, Mayu Brizuela de Ávila, Fen Osler Hampson This article was first published in The Globe and Mail. In their postinauguration call, President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged to deepen co-operation between the United States and Canada on a host of global challenges. But the two leaders need not […]

New Financing Instrument Designed for Affordable Housing in Colombia

Over the last several years, Colombia has received close to two million refugees from Venezuela as a result of the ongoing severe economic and political problems. This inflow of mainly poor and unskilled Venezuelans, coupled with the already significant number of Internally Displaced Colombians (IDPs), has become a major challenge for Colombia and is exacerbating […]

No Strangers at the Gate: Collective Responsibility and a Region’s Response to the Venezuelan Refugee and Migration Crisis

Este informe también está disponible en español Michael J. Camilleri and Fen Osler Hampson Venezuela’s political, economic, and humanitarian crisis has given rise to the largest refugee and migration crisis in the history of the Western Hemisphere. A new report — produced by the Dialogue’s Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program and its Venezuela Working Group in […]

Hermanos en la Frontera

Hermanos en la frontera: Responsabilidad colectiva y la respuesta regional a la crisis migratoria venezolana

Michael J. Camilleri & Fen Osler Hampson Este artículo también está disponible en: Inglés La crisis política, económica y humanitaria de Venezuela ha dado lugar a la mayor crisis de refugiados y migraciones en la historia del hemisferio occidental. Un nuevo informe, producido por el Programa de estado de derecho Peter D. Bell del Diálogo Interamericano y su Grupo […]