The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) are working together in the Northern Central American region to understand the links between labor dynamics and human mobility. Under this approach, a module on child labor was included in the Human Mobility Household Survey (EHMH) conducted by the IOM to develop the study “Migration and Child Labor. Guatemala 2017” with the objective of generating information on returned unaccompanied migrant children and their families and serve as support for humanitarian management and knowledge-based decision making.

In this perspective and within the framework of the project “REFRAME: Global action to improve the framework for the recruitment of migrant workers”, an initiative implemented by the ILO and financed by the European Union in the Guatemala – Mexico corridor, the aim is to learn about the migratory experience of young people of working age (between 15-25 years old) who seek Mexico as their final destination or have decided to reside temporarily or permanently in that country to enter the labor market and to learn about their recruitment dynamics.

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