Following the large increase in the number of refugees and other migrants arriving in Europe in 2015–16, the European Union concluded a ‘migration deal’ with Turkey in 2016. As a result, the number of irregular migrants crossing the Aegean Sea dropped drastically. At the same time, the humanitarian emergency in Greek refugee camps and the ... Read more
Comprehensive, balanced, and mutually beneficial partnerships with countries of origin and transit are fundamental prerequisites for sustainably managing migration flows to the EU. The European Commission’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum proposes a range of measures to achieve effective cooperation with non-EU countries. Developing channels for legal migration as well as complementary pathways for ... Read more
Migration is a structural and multifaceted phenomenon. It poses challenges and presents opportunities in contexts of origin as well as the destination. It puts to test multilateral coordination. The pandemic, by exacerbating underlying social and economic challenges, generates additional implications for migration trends and governance. These are just some of the reasons why migration must ... Read more
Adeniyi T. Adetunji (Admiralty University of Nigeria), Maryam Sali (National Universities Commission), Oluwayemisi A. Adepoju (Westland University), Oluyemi O. Fayomi (Admiralty University of Nigeria)
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