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Strategy for Prevention and Assistance to Returned Unaccompanied Migrant Girls, Boys, and Adolescents

  • XV Regional Conference on Migration (RCM)Regional Seminar on Migration and Family

  • Colegio de la Frontera Norte

  • April 21-23, 2010


Mexican migrants under 18 years of age deported by the united states 2007 2009
Mexican Migrants Under 18 Years of Age Unaccompanied Migrant Girls, Boys, and AdolescentsDeported by the United States, 2007 - 2009

Accompanied

Unaccompanied

Year of Repatriation

Source: Centro de Estudios Migratorios, INM, based on the monthly newsletter on migration statistics


Reasons for Migration of Unaccompanied Boys, Girls, and Adolescents

  • Economic Reasons:

  • Taking on economic responsibility in their families

  • Finding employment in the US

  • Gaining a better quality of life

  • Family-Related Reasons:

  • Family reunification

  • Family recomposition or restructuring

  • Child abuse, violence, or mistreatment


Risks associated to the migration of unaccompanied boys girls and adolescents
Risks Associated to the Migration of AdolescentsUnaccompanied Boys, Girls, and Adolescents

  • Migrant smuggling and trafficking

  • Child exploitation: sexual and labor

  • Drug use and trafficking

  • Victims of violence and organized crime

  • Abuse and mistreatment

  • Unwanted pregnancies and STIs

  • Accidents and dangers


Objectives of the strategy
Objectives of the Strategy Adolescents

  • To prevent and to provide assistance:

  • Needs of repatriated unaccompanied migrant boys, girls, and adolescents

  • Parallel problems that they are exposed to

  • To promote coordinated actions and family and community containment.


Population Served Adolescents

No data available

18 years and older

13-17 years

6-12 years

0-6 years


Population Served Adolescents


Population served
Population Served Adolescents



Northern Border Adolescents


Southern Adolescents

Border


Places of Adolescents

Origin


Places of Origin AdolescentsProtection Centers for Children


Inter-institutional Dialogue Table Adolescents

  • Objectives:

  • To increase the visibility of migration of unaccompanied boys, girls, and adolescents

  • To promote a comprehensive approach to address this issue

  • To coordinate efforts

  • Participants:

  • Federal Government

  • State and Municipal Governments

  • Civil Society Organizations

  • International Organizations (UNICEF, UNHCR, IOM)



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