Posted on 20 November 2019
EUI research shows there is no correlation between the activities of sea rescue NGOs and migrants departures from Libya. The EUI Policy Brief 'Sea rescue NGOs : a pull factor of irregular migration
?' written by Eugenio Cusumano and Matteo Villa, was published in Open Access this Monday 18 November in Cadmus, the EUI Research Repository
The authors have examined monthly migratory flows from Libya to Italy between 2014 and 2018, and daily flows during Jan-Oct 2019. They have found no relationship between the presence of NGOs at sea and the number of migrants leaving Libyan shores.
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