The Inclusion of Immigrants in Salta

Or what about the Paraguayans who are looking for better job opportunities for themselves, a better education for their children and a better quality of life for their families? These people do not qualify for asylum or refugee status, but does this mean they shouldn't be included in the community and protected from discrimination?

The pressing challenge of immigration, and namely affording rights, inclusion and protection for immigrant communities, is not just an issue for Salta. The number of global migrants has grown by 36 million people since 2010 and more than doubled since 1985. As time moves on, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the force of global immigration is tidal. And communities across the world have to brace for it.

Salta, Argentina