Sharing Migration Stories across Generations in Central America

6 February 2021 (UN News)*Two migrants, one young and one old, have been sharing their experiences of migrating to a small town in Costa Rica in Central America.

UN Costa Rica/Danilo Mora | Candelario enjoys reading and having a good conversation. He likes to receive visitors at home and talk about politics and stories from the past.
From different backgrounds and with contrasting dreams, Candelario Téllez, and Juan Carlos both originally from Nicaragua share a common goal of wanting to be part of and thrive in their adopted community in the town of Upala.
The UN, and specifically the  IOM (International Organization for Migration) and UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency), is currently supporting programmes for migrants in the town and across the region.
Juan Carlos is a passionate youth leader who promotes environmental protection. He combines activism with his studies to finish high school. UN Costa Rica/Danilo Mora

Read more here about how two Central Americans have experienced migration across generations.


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