* 5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (5) Topics Africa (5) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (4) Migration (4) Development Cooperation (1) Europe (1) European Union (1) Publication Type Policy Brief (5) Research Countries of Origin and First Asylum (5) Experts Franzisca Zanker (4) Kwaku Arhin-Sam (3) Leonie Jegen (3) Amanda Bisong (1) Judith Altrogge (1) Mauro Lanati (1) Rainer Thiele (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Africa Publication Type: Policy Brief Remove all filters Policy Brief European dominance of migration policy in Niger 23.09.2019 Despite not traditionally being a priority, the issue of migration continues to carry ever more political weight in Niger, mainly due to European interests in curbing transit migrants moving northwards, but also because of increased forced... Policy Brief Challenges in EU-African Migration Cooperation: West African Perspectives on Forced Return 09.12.2019 Cooperation on the return of migrants is partially employed strategically by governments in the Gambia, Nigeria, Niger, and Senegal, though mostly on a bilateral level rather than on an EU level. Policy Brief Nigeria at a crossroads: The political stakes of migration governance 15.10.2019 Since 2014, Nigeria has outlined several initiatives on migration, including a National Migration Policy, strategies on labor migration and diaspora matters, and a coordinating framework to reform migration governance. Policy Brief Free movement in West Africa: Juxtapositions and Divergent Interests 30.06.2020 The coronavirus pandemic has brought international movement to a standstill, including in West Africa. In reality, however, implementation of the free movement protocols has long faltered. Policy Brief Foreign Aid Can Dampen Migration If It Improves Public Services 28.12.2018 Many development researchers think that foreign aid most likely leads to more emigration because, with higher incomes, more individuals can afford to migrate.