Algeria: Algeria's Migration Policy Conundrum
Since the end of 2017, thousands of undocumented migrants from Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroon, Senegal, Mali and Guinea have been repatriated - or forcibly deported - from Algeria… Read more »
Algeria: Algeria and Morocco's Migrant Policies Could Prevent Violent Extremism
Algeria and Morocco have for the past decade been important transit and stopover countries for migrants moving to Europe. Many also stop to seek informal work in Algeria's $548.3… Read more »
September 14, 2017
North Africa: Morocco and Algeria's Changing Roles in Managing Migration
Algeria and Morocco are taking a central role in managing migration from Africa to Europe by legalising the stay of sub-Saharan African migrants. Read more »
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