Refugees from Venezuela are fleeing to Latin American cities, not refugee camps
By Robert Muggah.
To The Conversation.
More than 2.3 million Venezuelans – roughly 7 percent of the entire population – have fled the country’s political and economic crisis since 2014, the largest human displacement in Latin America’s history.
Impromptu refugee camps are springing up in towns across South America, fueling anxieties that tent cities may become permanent ghettos.