Conflict and Fragility


Podcast: EU migration policy creating instability in the Sahel

09 Oct 2018 - 16:12
Source: Jérôme Tubiana

European Union migration policies created in order to stop the flow of migrants from Africa are generating more instability and encouraging the rise of militias, according to a new report released by Clingendael Netherlands Institute of International Relations.

The report, based on research by Jérome Tubiana, Clotilde Warin and Gaffar Mohammud Saeneen, shows how European policies have created a rise in trafficking in the Niger-Chad-Sudan-Libya corridor.

RFI's Laura Angela Bagnetto spoke to Clotilde Warin about the report and the impact they have seen on the ground.

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