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Sudan: From People Smuggling to Human Trafficking

In The News, 9 January 2019
National Security Studies, Africa
Sudan has long been a hub for migration in multiple directions. Corruption, conflict, concurrent levels of deprivation and rapid economic expansion, porous borders and transnational kinship ties all help encourage, facilitate and expedite irregular migration. But the recent flows of Eritreans, fleeing conscription and political violence, into Sudan with intentions of continuing to Europe, has resulted in increased attention on irregular migration in the country.

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Michael Jones
Research Fellow

Michael is a Research Fellow in the National Security and Resilience Team focusing on conflict, terrorism and countering violent... read more