Migrants seek social justice through education in Colombia

World Today

Monday is the United Nations’  World Day for Social Justice, a day to recognize the worldwide efforts to tackle imperative issues like poverty, exclusion, human rights and social protections.For many migrants, education can serve as the foundation for achieving greater social justice.

With nearly 2.5 million Venezuelan refugees in Colombia, access to higher education has proven to be a difficult task, as university authorities require waivers that are difficult to get for migrants. CGTN’s Michelle Begue has more from Bogota.