Affective Cartographies

Migrant, displaced, and refugee girls and adolescent girls in Latin America and the Caribbean
This report produced jointly by HIAS and UNICEF highlights the main needs of, and challenges for, girls and adolescent girls, including forms of violence they experience during their processes of migration and forced displacement in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Being a girl or an adolescent girl is no simple task in a time of multiple socialization demands to access the adult world. But being a migrant, displaced, or refugee girl or adolescent girl is even more complex, not only due to the difficulties stemming from sociocultural and economic standards, but also due to the uprooting that girls and adolescent girls are subjected to when they are forced to leave their country of origin. This report produced jointly by HIAS and UNICEF highlights the main needs and challenges for girls and adolescent girls, including forms of violence they experience during their processes of migration and forced displacement. Learn more about the report here.