Migration from Venezuela: opportunities for Latin America and the Caribbean. Regional socio-economic integration strategy

Mar 10, 2021

The Regional Strategy is aimed at the main host countries for the refugee and migrant population from Venezuela; in particular, to government institutions that have some degree of competence in the socioeconomic integration of this population, and to employers’ and workers’ organizations, with the aim of promoting social dialogue around this area.

The countries participating in the Quito Process identified socioeconomic integration as one of the priority axes of their work agenda. In addition, the Regional Response Plan for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela (RMRP, 2020), designed within the framework of the Coordination Platform for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela (R4V), includes socioeconomic and cultural integration among its four axes for priority action.

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