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 Evolutions in policies against irregular migration and smuggling and changing trans-Mediterranean roads

 MONZINI, Paola

 Consultante internationale à Altre

Mise en ligne : 26/10/2015

Type d'activités : Rencontre

Format : Audio

Durée en mn : 00:23:52

Langue : Anglais

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Domaines d'intérêt : Migrations; Mobilités; Migration irrégulière

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Couverture géographique : Europe; Méditerranée

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Frontières, sociétés et droit en mouvement : les politiques migratoires méditerranéennes, de l’europe au Sahel


8-9 octobre 2015, MMSH, Aix-en-Provence, France
Rencontre internationale organisée par le Centre d’Études et de recherchesinternationales et communautaires (CERIC) et le Laboratoire méditerranéen de sociologie
Coordination scientifique: Sylvie MAZZELLA, Directrice du LAMES, CNRS-AMU & Delphine PERRIN, Chargée de recherche Marie-Curie, CERIC, CNRS-AMU.

Résumé de l'intervention

In almost all the Mediterranean states in last 20 years, a progressive tightening of migration policies has increased the number of would-be migrants recurring to irregular means to overcome the restrictions imposed by States, on exit and entry. Due to changes in the composition of migrants using the sea routes, increasingly made by asylum seekers, irregular migration flow by sea has been described since 2006 by UNHCR as a "mixed migration flow". Recently, as a result of increasing political instability in the Mediterranean and Middle East regions, numbers and modalities of smuggling activities by sea have been changed, fuelled by the growing demand of their services.
This intervention builds on diachronic knowledge and the analytical tools developed in the course of the years by studying smuggling networks in Italy and the Mediterranean region, with the aim of proposing a well-informed perspective on the current situation. It shortly presents evolutions of the Mediterranean routes since their beginnings (with a map), and secondly addresses the current making of smuggling in the three main sea routes to the EU countries from Libya, Turkey and Egypt. As a result, some keys to explain the functioning of the smuggling system through the Mediterranean are presented.

 

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 MONZINI, Paola, Evolutions in policies against irregular migration and smuggling and changing trans-Mediterranean roads ,
in : Mediamed. Ressources multimedia en sciences humaines sur la Méditerranée , Chaîne : LAMES , Frontières, sociétés et droit en mouvement : les politiques migratoires méditerranéennes, de l’europe au Sahel
URL : http://mediamed.mmsh.univ-aix.fr/chaines/lames/Pages/21-MONZINI.aspx