“In Venezuela there is formally no armed conflict or war, but there are as many victims as there are.”
Venezuela is going through a serious crisis of massive human rights violations, which are evidenced in the loss of quality of life, the lack of access to the rights to adequate food and health, in legal and personal insecurity, as well as in the institutional violence and repression to protest. Against this background, protests and migration flows to other countries have increased substantially.
Next Thursday, April 4, we will talk about what is happening with the economy of Venezuela, how it got to this point and what have Maduro and his government done to stop the country’s decline? We are going to see the routes of Venezuelan migration and the main destinations of Venezuelan migrants in 2018. We are waiting for you at 6:00 p.m. at Calle Hurtado de Mendoza, 19, Málaga!