Migration government with a focus in human rights: a challenge for Colombian regions

Colombia has been considered along history has a country of origin of migration. However, due to the migration from Venezuela, the country is facing a new reality being the main country of destiny for Venezuelans. This change supposes that the Colombian State has to adapt to the situation and to develop with urgency a comprehensive legislation on migration. The Congress should set the coordinates of the migration policy. However, it is also important to consider the reality of the different regions of the country.
This essay aims at reflecting on the necessity for Colombia to adopt a comprehensive regulation on migration with a focus on human rights and that consider the particularities of the diverse geographical areas that experience migration. The aim is to reflect on what is necessary to manage migration in an organized, secure way that is also respectful of individual rights, being this the only way that migration can be understood as a true opportunity of development.