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  • Smuggling, Trafficking, and Extortion: New Conceptual and Policy Challenges on the Libyan Route to Europe

    This paper contributes a conceptual and empirical reflection on the relationship between human smuggling, trafficking and kidnapping, and extortion in Libya. It is based on qualitative interview data with Eritrean asylum seekers in Italy. Different tribal regimes control separate territories in Libya, which leads to different experiences for migrants depending on which territory they enter, such as Eritreans entering in the southeast Toubou controlled territory. We put forth that the kidnapping and extortion experienced by Eritreans in Libya is neither trafficking, nor smuggling, but a crime against humanity orchestrated by an organized criminal network. The paper details this argument and discusses the implications.

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/anti.12579

    Et ce passage signalé par @isskein:

    “Asylum claims in the EU should consider not only the situation back home that gave origin to the migration, but also the hardship endured en route and events that took place during the journey which can raise a claim for international protection.”

    #mixed_migration #asile #migrations #Libye #catégorisation #réfugiés #migrants #migrants_économiques #protection_internationale

    ping @karine4 @_kg_

    • En lien avec ces deux autres fils de discussion sur seenthis:
      Un texte de #Jeff_Crisp de 2008:
      Beyond the nexus : UNHCR’s evolving perspective on refugee protection and international migration
      https://seenthis.net/messages/636439

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      Mixed Migration Trends in Libya : Changing Dynamics and Protection Challenges
      Un nuovo studio sottolinea come insicurezza, crisi economica, abusi e sfruttamenti in Libia spingano rifugiati e migranti in Europa

      Uno studio dell’Agenzia ONU per i Rifugiati (UNHCR) sui flussi di rifugiati e migranti, rivela che circa la metà di coloro che viaggiano verso la Libia lo fanno credendo di trovarvi opportunità di lavoro, e finiscono per fuggire in Europa a causa di insicurezza, instabilità, condizioni economiche difficili, sfruttamenti e abusi diffusi.

      https://seenthis.net/messages/612396