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Libyan special force raids dens of human traffickers, frees African migrants kidnapped and tortured for ransom

Security forces in Libya have freed a large group of African migrants who were held captive and tortured by human traffickers in Tripoli. The victims were rescued from their kidnappers during a security operation, the 444th Brigade of the Libyan army said on Saturday, October 16. A special force from the 444 Brigade raided the […]

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The impact of the Sahel conflict on cross-border movements from Burkina Faso and Mali towards Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana

The year 2020 saw a rapid increase in conflict, general insecurity, and displacement in the Sahel, particularly in Burkina Faso. At the same time, the COVID-19 pandemic and its secondary impacts, coupled with the impact of climate change on the majority agricultural economies further drove high levels of food insecurity in some regions.  Concerns were […]

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DATA MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING FOR CYID MIXED MIGRATION SUPPORT WORKING GROUP

Centre For Youths Integrated Development (CYID) in Nigeria and Series of Portal Incorporation in the USA has co-established a five-week virtual capacity building initiative to support direct-human service providers working in community-based organizations on data management training. The demands for migration data arising from the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development have prompted the international statistical […]

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Labour Migration: Tackling Undeclared Work in Domestic Work

With approximately 3.1 million workers concerned, undeclared work is a widespread phenomenon in the sector. In 2016, the European Commission estimated that Public Health Sector (PHS) was the third most commonly identified sector for undeclared work, after the construction sector and hotels, restaurants and catering. The latest Eurobarometer survey on the topic indicated that around […]