Quoted in Latin Correspondent article by Seth Robbins on 5 September 2014

To read the entire article, “Home Again: Salvadoran migrants stopped in Mexico return to uncertain future,” click link: http://latincorrespondent.com/el-salvador/home-salvadoran-migrants-intercepted-mexico-land-shaky-ground/ . 

‘Still, most of the migrants being deported from Mexico will try again, says Elizabeth G. Kennedy, a Fulbright scholar working with returning children in El Salvador. Kennedy, who has interviewed more than 500 child migrants, says that about 60 percent of the children say gangs and threats of violence pushed them to leave.

“You are not going to stop someone who fears for their life every single day from migrating,” Kennedy says.’

CITA EN ARTICULO DE LATIN CORREPONDENT POR SETH ROBBINS, EL 5 DE SEPTIEMBRE DEL 2014

 Para leer el artículo completo, “Casa nuevamente: Migrantes salvadoreños detenidos en México regreso a un futuro incierto” clic en el link: http://latincorrespondent.com/el-salvador/home-salvadoran-migrants-intercepted-mexico-land-shaky-ground/ . 

‘Aún así, la mayor parte de los migrantes deportados desde México intentará de nuevo, dice Elizabeth G. Kennedy, una beca Fulbright que trabaja con niños deportados en El Salvador. Kennedy, que ha entrevistado a más de 500 niños migrantes, dice que alrededor del 60 por ciento de los niños dicen que las pandillas y las amenazas de violencia los empujaron a irse.

 “No vas a parar a alquien que teme cada día de su vida, para que no emigre” dice Kennedy.

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