Colombia debe revisar sus políticas migratorias
Colombia should rethink its migration policies
About 80 years ago, indigenous Otavalo Kichwa people from Ecuador crossed the border and came to the Colombian capital to expand their business networks. Now, Bogotá has become a base for migration to other countries. It became a case for research into transnational migration and Colombia’s migration policies, called into question by Haitian and Cuban migrants in 2016.