RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The majority of migrant Venezuelan women living in Colombia work informally in unstable jobs which risk their fundamental rights such as access to healthcare, education and housing, a report by academics and humanitarians said on Wednesday, November 25th.
More than 90% of Venezuelan women in Colombia work long hours for which they are paid lower than the minimum monthly wage of about US$240, according to an investigation by Canadian charity Cuso International and the Universidad Externado de Colombia.
“There is a situation of structural violence against women migrants in Colombia, which can be seen in . . .