Analysis for the solution of migration from international cooperation

By: Pablo Gabriel Miraglia

"Migration is a social problem that has increased in recent years, being caused by the socio-economic conditions, the lack of critical work opportunities that lead to extreme poverty and that make parents leave for other countries. hoping to seek a better quality of life and thus be able to provide a better day for their family, but they do not know the serious problems that migration triggers such as family disintegration, abuse, abandonment, emotional disorders, alcoholism, social problems such as such as crime, drug addiction, physical, psychological and even sexual abuse by the people who are in charge of the well-being of their children. This problem continues to increase more and more, which is why this investigative work is aimed at the parents of the "Messengers of Peace" School in the Santa Isabel canton so that they become aware of the effects that their absence has on their children." (Johanna Coronel N, University of Cuenca)

To analyze solutions, it is crucial to consider collaborative policies that address both underlying causes and immediate challenges. This involves investing in development projects in countries of origin to address the roots of migration, such as poverty, lack of opportunities and political instability, and fostering cooperation between countries to establish coherent and humanitarian migration policies, avoiding unilateralism and addressing effectively irregular migration.

In turn, providing humanitarian support to migrants in transit and at destination, ensuring decent conditions and access to basic services, as well as integration programs, promoting education and public awareness to foster understanding and acceptance of migration, demystifying stereotypes and reducing xenophobia and the implementation of job training programs in countries of origin to improve skills and employment opportunities, thus reducing migratory pressure, is essential for the beginning of a sustainable process

In matters of international diplomacy, it is essential to strengthen relations between countries to address the root causes and resolve conflicts that contribute to forced migration, ensure the protection of the human rights of migrants, regardless of their legal status, and promote measures against exploitation and human trafficking. The use of technologies and data to improve the management of migratory flows facilitate legal procedures and ensure orderly and safe migration.

On the other hand, involving civil society in the planning and execution of solutions, taking advantage of their experience on the ground and their ability to drive social changes will essential help in the development of flexible and adaptive solutions that can adjust to the changing dynamics of the migration and its causes.

Effective international cooperation must jointly address these synthesized ideas to achieve sustainable and equitable solutions.