Migration brokerage, illegality, and the state in Anglophone Cameroon

  title={Migration brokerage, illegality, and the state in Anglophone Cameroon},
  author={Maybritt Jill Alpes and Maybritt Jill alpes},
  • Maybritt Jill Alpes, Maybritt Jill alpes
  • Published 2013
4 Migration brokerage, illegality, and the state: the case of two NGOs in Anglophone Cameroon 5 Migration brokerage and the law 7 To follow doki: the powers of travel documents 9 Offices, departments, and ambassadors: the workings of two migration brokers 12 

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