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Children and irregular migration practices : missing children or missing data?

This article summarizes what the claims attributing young people’s mobility efforts to organized criminal actors may hide and provides examples of efforts to collect improved data on young people’s migratory experiences and challenges. Article by Gabriella Sanchez in Migration Policy Read More …

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Foreign assistance and migration choices : disentangling the channels

In this article in Economics Letters by Mauro Lanati and Rainer Thiele find a strongly negative impact of late-impact aid, which suggests that donors may be able to dampen migrant inflows by focusing on improved public services.

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Transnational Terrorism and Restrictive Immigration Policies, 9 October 2018

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Missing migrant children and families: Expert meeting on migrant deaths and disappearances