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Security & Strategic Review - March 2021

REGION: Mixed fortunes for Venezuelan migrants

The route south through Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru had long been a relatively safe corridor for Venezuelans escaping the country’s long-running humanitarian crisis. Such migrants still frequently faced stigmatisation, and often struggled to secure the documentation required for access to social security or regular employment – yet more than 3m of the estimated 5.4m to have fled Venezuela in recent years were nonetheless able to settle, however precariously, in these three countries.

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