29 Nov 2019
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Residence Palace, Maelbeek Room
Rue de la Loi 175, 1048 Brussels, Belgium
Posted on 22 Nov 2019
Live streaming will be available on our facebook page
Launch of a new study authored by Arezo Malakooti examining the political economy of both the formal and informal migrant detention systems in Libya including governance patterns, the role of armed groups v. the central government, smuggling and trafficking dynamics, and business models and financial flows.
It is based on interviews with migrants, armed groups, authorities and other key informants in four countries: Niger, Libya, Italy and Malta.
Opening remarks: by Emma Udwin, Representative of the European Commission (DG NEAR)
Presentation: Arezo Malakooti, Global Initiative
Discussant: Nancy Ezzedinne, Clingendael Institute & Mark Micallef, Global Initiative
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