IDC also participated in the UNHCR-IOM Caribbean Regional Conference on the Protection of Vulnerable Persons in Mixed Migration Flows: Promoting Cooperation and Identification of Good Practices.

Both the northern and southern Caribbean migration corridors present immense challenges as States try to respond to complex mixed migration flows, both from within and to the region (primarily Cuban and Haitian in the north, and Colombian and Venezuelan in the south) as well as through the region as a transit to North America.

Since the number of arrivals in the island States have been growing exponentially, states across the region are currently seeking to enhance their migration management capacity in a variety of ways.

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