The complex humanitarian emergency in Venezuela 

The theme of this edition of Humanitarian Exchange, co-edited with Alexánder Alegría-Lozada from Profamilia in Colombia, is the impact of the complex humanitarian emergency in Venezuela.
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Migrants from Venezuela at Rumichaca Bridge, Tulcan on the Ecuador–Colombia border. Credit: Diego Castellanos/ ICRC

Issue highlights

HumVenezuela: Venezuelan civil society and the right of access to public information
Saving lives and protecting women: sexual and reproductive health as a key part of humanitarian response
Venezuelan LGBTI people living with HIV in Colombia: the need for a comprehensive and inclusive humanitarian response
The mental health of trans migrant people in Colombia during Covid-19
NGOs + journalism: an innovative alliance supporting Venezuelan migrants in Colombia
Communicating with mobile populations in Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis: can social media offer a lifeline?
The climate crisis and displacement in Venezuela

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