MESOAMERICA PROGRAM MATERIALS
Regional Guidelines for the Comprehensive Protection of Boys, Girls and Adolescents in the Context of Migration
This document is a non-binding guide adopted by the Regional Conference on Migration Member Countries. It seeks to establish regional guidelines for the comprehensive protection of migrant boys, girls, and adolescents, applying guiding principles and protection actions and strengthening the national efforts of each RCM Member Country and its institutions.
Additionally, the guidelines seek to be a model for changing the vision and approach toward migrant boys, girls, and adolescents, not only in the region but at a global level.
Migration and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) People
This Training Module is designed for State institutions, civil society organizations and collectives, and individuals interested in developing training, awareness-raising, and capacity-building processes focused on the reality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and intersex (LGBTI) migrants. It seeks to highlight LGBTI migrants as subjects of law, acknowledging their particular vulnerability due to the discrimination they face because of their sexual orientation and gender identity, as well as their status as migrants.
Regional Guidelines for the Preliminary Identification of Vulnerable Migrant Populations and Referral Mechanisms
The Regional Guidelines have been designed to provide Member States of the Regional Conference on Migration (RCM) with general guidance for the development and implementation of preliminary identification and referral of migrants in vulnerable situations. With this publication Member Countries are encouraged to use these guidelines and keep advancing towards practical, consensual, and comprehensive solutions to address the complex challenges posed by migration and thus contribute to more humane migration management.
Paths of Light and Shadow: Stories of migrant children and adolescents.
The booklet “Paths of Light and Shadow” portrays experiences of Central America migrant children. The objective is to increase the visibility of this human tragedy and to raise awareness and invite reflection on the harsh reality these populations face.