On 16 April 2021, the online roundtable “The transformation of the ways in which Nigerian trafficked persons are subjugated for the purpose of sexual exploitation” will be held on Zoom. The event, which will see the presence of Nigerian experts on the topic of trafficking in human beings, is organised by ASGI, Dedalus, Weavers of Hope, Spazi Circolari. […]
Diletta Agresta and Armando Maria De Nicola Beyond control: the management of the “border” Both the European Union and its Member States have responded to the challenges posed by global migrations through the adoption of repressive policies, centred on the externalisation of the management of borders to third countries. The objective of such policies is […]
Press Conference February 12, 2021 h 12:00, Location: Zoom (Register HERE) Five Eritrean citizens were pushed back illegitimately on July 2nd, 2018 by the Augusta Offshore ship “Asso Ventinove” as part of operations coordinated by the Italian authorities stationed in Libya and with the collaboration of the so-called Libyan Coast Guard. Now they have started […]
The relationship between EU and ECOWAS and mobility control by Giulia Gasser, Ulrich Stege and Daniele Valeri Let’s help them A glance at the aid Migration management has become a central issue in the relationships between the European Union and the African countries. Whereas in 2000, the Cotonou Agreement dedicated a residual space to this […]
ASGI (Association for Juridical Studies on Migration), FTDES (Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights) and ASF (Lawyers Without Borders) have submitted FOI requests to the Italian and Tunisian governments after the non-publication of the content of the agreement concluded on August 17, 2020. According to press reports the agreement envisages the Italian economic support […]
From 25 to 27 February 2020 the international conference “Externalization of borders: Practices of detention and denial of the right to asylum” took place in Lagos. The event, promoted by ASGI through the Oruka and Sciabaca Projects, aimed at strengthening networks among organizations engaged in strategic actions against externalization policies implemented by the EU and Italy.
The conference “Externalization of borders: Practices of detention and denial of the right to asylum”, to be held in Lagos on 25-26 February 2020, is promoted by ASGI as part of the Sciabaca & Oruka projects and aims to foster a public debate among African and European organizations on how border policies affect African citizens’ rights and their freedom of movement.