The impact of COVID-19 on the Venezuelan migration
This videoconference discusses how COVID-19 has aggravated the situation of Venezuelan migrants in Latin America
from the human rights, public health, and economic conditions perspective. The panel of experts includes:
Associate researcher at the Human Rights Center of the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Ms. Bolívar focuses on the
rights of migrants and refugees. She is a Fellow of the Global South of the human rights organization Dejusticia in
Venezuelan and Israeli economist, principal investigator of the Brookings Institution's Global Economy and Development
program. Mr. Bajar is associated with the Center for International Development at Harvard University and has worked on
the Venezuelan economic crisis and its impact on migration.
Video available only in Spanish
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presenter, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of (nor are they endorsed by) the organization where the
presenter works, the organizer of this conference, the Simón Bolívar Foundation or CITGO Petroleum Corporation.
These discussions and presentations are for general information purposes only. They are not intended to constitute
legal advice or a recommended course of action in any situation. Each recipient should consult an independent
advisor before making any decision or taking any action related to the information provided during this meeting.