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MMC - A human rights and peace-building approach to migration governance in the Sahel Clingendael, December 2018

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Document Type: Reports , Reports and Policy Papers
Document Type: English
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MMC - A human rights and peace-building approach to migration governance in the Sahel Clingendael, December 2018

Document Type: Reports , Reports and Policy Papers
Document Language: English
In recent years, the Sahel region has attracted the attention of European policy makers aiming to prevent Europe-bound irregular migrants from reaching the Libyan coastline. Policies implemented under this approach propose to address the root causes of irregular migration from non-EU countries, such as through support for socio-economic development of countries of origin, the dismantling of smuggling and trafficking networks, and the definition of actions for the better application of return policies. This report prepared by Clingendael, the Netherlands Institute of International Relations, questions whether this approach to mixed migration governance take sufficient stock of the larger development and stability contexts within which irregular migration and human smuggling takes place. Does migration governance sufficiently address the human rights consequences and destabilising effects that migratory movements and the policies that address them may have? And how could human rights and peace-building principl

Partners

  • Mixed Migration Center

Sectors

  •  Protection

Locations

  • Chad
  • Burkina Faso
  • Libya
  • Mauritania
  • Mali
  • Niger

Population Group

Country Group
Niger Niger - Refugees/Migrants
Mali Mali - Refugees/Migrants
Libya Libya - Refugees
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