Migration of Central American Minors: Causes and Solutions
Foreign Ministers of Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala discuss the regional perspective to the humanitarian crisis and unaccompanied minors.
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The dramatic rise in unaccompanied minors from Central America arriving in the United States has raised many questions about the factors contributing to this influx. In this event, foreign ministers of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras discuss the roots of this crisis and how their governments are responding.
Executive Vice President and Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute
Cynthia J. Arnson
Director, Latin American Program
Foreign Minister, El Salvador
Luis Fernando Carrera Castro
Foreign Minister, Guatemala
Mireya Agüero de Corrales
Foreign Minister, Honduras
Host, Morning Edition, NPR
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