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Tag Archives: clandestine
Clandestine migration in the Greek-Turkish border region: shifting routes and complex control infrastructures
By: Franck Düvell, Senior Researcher On a Wednesday in March, it was already around midnight, I was sitting in an Egyptian-run tea shop in Istanbul Kumkapi chatting so some Somalis when a fifth man joined our group. It soon turned out … Continue reading
By: Marisa Macari, COMPAS DPhil Student Migration from Mexico to the US is the largest and most continuous migration in the history of the world. A large proportion of the undocumented Mexican population in the US entered the country through … Continue reading
By: Franck Düvell, Senior Researcher I have recently been invited to three major events, the European Migration Network’s (EMN) annual conference on 25 October in Warsaw, the EU Council’s Strategic Committee for Immigration, Frontiers and Asylum (SCIFA) on 8 November in … Continue reading