This article analyzes the relationship between two of the most complex realities Colombia is currently facing: The implementation of the 2016 Final Agreement to end the armed conflict and migratory waves from Venezuela and other countries in the region. Through qualitative research, based on the analysis of documentary sources in contrast to semi-structured interviews, it is concluded that the presence of the immigrant population in the studied territory does not increase criminality in the area. On the contrary, it is evidenced that migrants are highly vulnerable subjects. The analysis of these realities allows for establishing synergies that guide public policy from a human rights approach.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Geography, Planning and Development