The event, organized by ASGI in the framework of the projects Sciabaca and Oruka, was held in Lagos, Nigeria from 25 to 27 February 2020.
In order to strengthen the network among the organizations already engaged in strategic actions against the outsourcing policies implemented by Italy and Europe, during the work of the conference were addressed the issues of the impact of European and Italian policies and regulations, as well as bilateral agreements between European and African countries. Particular attention was given to the phenomenon of trafficking in human beings and detention policies for migrants and asylum seekers.
PANEL I – BILATERAL AGREEMENTS BETWEEN AFRICAN AND EU MEMBER STATES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES ON DETENTION
Detention and repatriation of migrants in Europe: a comparison between the different Member States of the EU
Francesca Esposito – Border Criminologies, University of Oxford. Esposito ITA; Esposito ENG; Esposito FRA.
PANEL II – THE PHENOMENON OF TRAFFICKING AND THE
RIGHT TO ASYLUM
PANEL III – THE RISKS ARISING FROM THE REFOULEMENT
OF TRAFFICKED PERSONS, MEMBER STATES’ RESPONSIBILITIES
AND LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS
Introduction of Godwin Morka (Director of research and programme development, NAPTIP) and Omoruyi Osula (Head of Admin/Training, ETAHT). Morka ITA; Morka ENG; Morka FRA. Osula ITA; Osula ENG; Osula FRA.
Protection for victims of trafficking in transit countries: focus on Niger. Yerima Bako Djibo Moussa – Head of the Department of Legal Affairs and Compensation at the National Agency for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings in Niger. Yerima ITA; Yerima FRA.
PANEL IV – LIBERTÀ DI MOVIMENTO
The consequences of migration policies on freedom of movement: focus on Niger
Harouna Mounkaila – Professor and Researcher, Department of Geography, Abdou Moumouni University, Niamey. Mounkaila ITA; Mounkaila FRA.
Photo by Alessio Barbini