By Federica Borlizzi Nigerian women are among the five non-European nationalities most at risk of trafficking. According to the IOM, 80% of the Nigerian women arriving in Italy are likely to be victims of trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation . The journey to Europe is usually organized by a “madame” and the victims […]
ASGI, in the framework of the projects Sciabaca and Oruka, has presented requests to access the financial reports of projects implemented by IOM and other international organizations in Libya.
After an incubation period of more than a year, on 15 January 2020 the International Organization for Migration announced in Cairo the launch of a program for the protection and return of migrants to Egypt.
The event, held in Rome on 5 December 2019, was organised by ASGI in cooperation with the Clinica Legale International Protection of Human Rights.