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Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa
Africans arriving by rickety fishing boats to the Canary Islands, risking the passage across the Straits of Gibraltar or washed upon the Italian island of Lampedusa are familiar examples of thereceExpand
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Review of Research and Data on Human Trafficking in sub‐Saharan Africa
The focus of the paper is four-fold: (1) to present an overview of the main features of trafficking its dynamics and its root causes in SSA; (2) to review current research on trafficking in theExpand
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Migration in West Africa
Traditional migration configurations in West Africa have changed in recent years as countries are simultaneously origin, destination and transit for migrants. Aderanti Adepoju discusses how brainExpand
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Continuity and Changing Configurations of Migration to and from the Republic of South Africa
This paper focuses on the transfixing configurations of migration dynamics in a new South Africa, while examining the context of migration and migration dynamics with an emphasis on the historicalExpand
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Issues and recent trends in international migration in sub-Saharan Africa.
The author presents major migratory trends and issues including migration as a family survival strategy; increasing female migration; brain drain and brain gain; trafficking in migrants; regionalExpand
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Trends in International Migration in and from Africa
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Fostering Free Movement of Persons in West Africa: Achievements, Constraints, and Prospects for Intraregional Migration
Migration in West Africa is strongly influenced by poverty depressed economies and sociopolitical crises. The influx of migrants into the cities and irregular migrations across national borders inExpand
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Migration and Social Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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The model of migration both as a major component of population change and as a determinant or consequence of economic development does not assume a dear pattern in the African context because of aExpand
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