IACHR and Panama address issues of migratory displacement and human rights

A meeting, in which topics such as the human rights situation in Panama, of Boys, Girls and Adolescents (NNA), deprived of liberty, discrimination in schools, Afro-descendants, the adverse effect of migration on the environment, were addressed. among others, it was held between the Ombudsman Eduardo Leblanc González and members of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR)

Lhe Commission of the IACHR was led by Commissioner Roberta Clarke who are on a protocol visit in Panama.

“In our capacity as president of the Central American Council of Human Rights Attorneys (CCPDH), we address the issue of the region and what is currently happening, as well as a report on shelters and the situation of Children and Adolescents ( NNA) in vulnerability and Comprehensive Protection through Law 285”, highlighted the Ombudsman.

Regarding the issue of irregular migration, Leblanc assured that not only the migrants who arrive through Darién were discussed, but also those who pass through Honduras, Guatemala and arrive in Mexico. Also see the new modality on the return from north to south of people from the migratory flow.

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