RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, August 4, Panama, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Colombia agreed to carry out a joint effort to ensure the protection of the human rights of migrants, especially those of children, adolescents, women, and the elderly.
This is what the ombudsmen of Colombia, Carlos Camargo; of Panama, Eduardo Leblanc; of Costa Rica, Catalina Crespo Sancho -who is also the president of the Central American Council of Human Rights Ombudsmen and Defenders-, and of Ecuador, Zaida Elizabeth Rovira Jurado, said in a declaration signed in Capurganá, Colombia.
The defenders met to address the situation of thousands of . . .