Blog - On the Move

What makes migrants vulnerable to gender-based violence?

An increasing number of women are migrating independently from Central America and the Caribbean.


Solutions to address the labor exploitation of migrant populations in Central America
Keys to address the labor exploitation of migrant populations in Central America

Migrants face different challenges when they settle in their destination countries, including their entry into the labor force.


What do you call a person who moves within the same country?
What do you call a person who moves within the same country?

According to IOM, people who move voluntarily within a country are called internal migrants and move for several reasons, both formally and informa


¿Por qué las personas migrantes arriesgan todo?
Why migrants risk it all

Each year, thousands of people leave their homes in Latin America, the Caribbean and other regions in an effort to secure futures that have become


Regional Knowledge Hub on Migration

The Regional Knowledge Hub on Migration is a platform that allows easy access to relevant and useful information on human mobility in the region of Central America, North America and the Caribbean.

This Hub offers valuable insights from IOM's lengthy experience in fieldwork, supporting states and migrants in overcoming the challenges of the region and providing opportunities for development. The goal of this Hub is to share this knowledge and create a community that actively contributes to a better management of human mobility.

I am a migrant

A platform for humanizing migrants’ stories in their own words.