Regular and Safe Migration

Educational Toolkit

 

True/False cases methodology

Materials for the radio workshop. 



Script for radio example

Script for radio example to use in the workshop "Radio production about migration", given by IOM through Mesoamerica Program. 



Comic Aquí también tenés derecho a soñar

You also have the right to dream here

Antonio is a young person who is thinking of migrating irregularly because he feels like he has no opportunities in his community. Will he be persuaded by Osvaldo, his teacher, or his friends? Follow his story in the comic “You also have the right to dream here” and share it with your friends.

 



1 Minuto sobre Migración-ODS

One miniute about migration: Migration and SDG

This video explains the inclusion of the Sustainable Development Goals in the migration. Credits: OIM



Youth and Migration: A guide for discussion

3 stories based on a study done with young migrants on their way to the United States and the different dangers they encountered on the journey. Each of these has 2 teaching guides that you can use to reflect on them with the group. 



What could happen if I travel to the United States without a visa? What should I do?

Campaign with animated videos designed to give children and their families simple and accurate information about the steps of the migration process in the United States. Credits: Cancillería de Guatemala in cooperation with UNICEF and the Comisión Pastoral de Movilidad Humana

 



Aquí También  Tienes Derecho a Soñar

You also have the right to dream here

Antonio is a young person who is thinking of migrating irregularly because he feels like he has no opportunities in his community. Will he be persuaded by Osvaldo, his teacher, or his friends? Follow his story in the comic “You also have the right to dream here” and share it with your friends.



Migrant children from Honduras

Video that explains migration-related terms, the causes of migration, and the risks of irregular migration. It also describes the rights of migrant children. Credits: IOM Northern Triangle of Central America.