Tag Archives: Mexico

Why should Canadians be concerned about Central American asylum seekers?

TORONTO, March 9, 2020 – When Central American families, men, women and children attempt to cross into the U.S., they’re faced with hardened U.S. immigration policies meant to stop unauthorized entry – even though many of these migrants are just desperate to flee violence and poverty in their homelands. The transit experiences of migrants trying […]

Media Advisory: The effect of Trump’s anti-Mexico stance on Canada

TORONTO, March 7, 2017 – Mexican scholar and human rights activist Sergio Aguayo will discuss the worsening humanitarian crisis in Mexico and what can be done at the 2017 Michael Baptista Lecture tomorrow at York University. A panel discussion, including representatives of the Canadian Council for Refugees and Amnesty International, will follow the talk. Panellists […]