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  • Study analyzes the health response of
    member states of the Quito Process
    during the COVID-19 pandemic
    How was the access to health care for refugees and migrants
    in the member countries of the Quito Process in Latin America
    and the Caribbean in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • Member states unanimously sign the 8th
    joint declaration of the Brasilia chapter
    at its conclusion
    On July 1st, in Brasilia, the 13 member states of the Quito Process
    signed the commitments reached in the VIII Joint Declaration of
    the Quito Process.
  • Solutions to the human mobility of
    Venezuelan refugees and migrants in
    Latin America and the Caribbean are
    articulated in Brasilia
    The Quito Process, the technical forum that works on the search
    for solutions to human mobility in the region, brings together in
    person at its 2022 Plenary Session all 13 member countries, the
    Group of Friends and civil society.
  • How to successfully address
    vulnerabilities, beyond migration
    and asylum
    The inclusion of indigenous people, homeless people, people of
    african descent, and people with disabilities in the formulation of
    public policies is essential for its success.
  • Asylum and Migratory Regularization:
    Pathways to Access Rights
    Member States have adopted programs for the regularization
    and recognition of refugee status at national level which
    ensure greater protection and integration.
7,722,579

7,722,579

REFUGEES AND VENEZUELAN
MIGRANTS IN THE WORLD

6,538,756

6,538,756

REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS IN
LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Conoce la situación de refugiados y migrantes venezolanos en la región

 

*Datos tomados de www.r4v.info

You ask and we answer

Why is the Quito Process important?

As it is a phenomenon that crosses borders, no country should deal with human mobility on its own. For this reason, this technical multilateral space was born, seeking that the States of the region advance in the adoption and articulation of measures to manage the flow of refugees and migrants from Venezuela.

Why was it born?

The flow of refugees and migrants from Venezuela has become one of the world’s largest cases of human mobility and the largest in the region. The countries of Latin America and the Caribbean came together to provide non-binding technical responses through mechanisms, coordinated efforts, and joint actions.

Where did it originate?

The first meeting was held in Quito, Ecuador, on September 3 and 4, 2018, to "exchange information and good practices, with a view to articulating regional coordination with respect to the migration crisis of Venezuelan citizens in the region." From there, it receives the name of Process of Quito.

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