Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Costa Rica's Migration Problem

Franny Hocking and Gabby Lysko report from San Jose, Costa Rica on the Costa Rican migration process. Costa Rica sees high numbers of migrants from Nicaragua. Most of these migrants work in low wage agricultural jobs. Costa Ricans have varying views on the undocumented migration of individuals from Nicaragua. Produced in summer 2015 in conjunction with Introduction to Globalization, taught by Prof. Casey Love, as part of the Altman Program, and the Center for Public Service. 5:06.

Costa Rica + People
Jordan Karubian
Associate Professor - Ecology & Evolutionary Biology