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Presentation of Book “Lives in the Air: Histories and Testimonies of International Migrants

Tijuana, Mexico, August 18, 2017 – Founded in 1987, La Casa del Migrante de Tijuana celebrated three decades of work with the presentation of the book “Vidas en Vilo“, a work that gathers testimonies of deported migrants, migrants in transit, people who work there, and an analysis written by Fr. Pat Murphy, C.S, about the importance that the Center in the community will have with the Trump era. Similarly, Dr. Olga Odgers, a researcher from El

Presentation of the Scalabrini Model of Social Insertion for Deportees In The Migrant Center of Tijuana

On August 24, 2017, the Scalabrini Model of Social Insertion for Deportees was presented at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (El Colef), in order that the population knows the way in which the Scalabrinian Center carries out its work. Dr. Rafael Alarcón Acosta, Professor-researcher of the Department of Social Studies, started the presentation addressing the topic “Sociodemographic characteristics and plans for the future of Mexican migrants deported in Tijuana.” His presentation revolved around a