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West African Studies
Regional Challenges of West African Migration
African and European Perspectives
OECD, Sahel and West Africa Club. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  23 Mar 2009
Pages: 250 , Language: English
Version: E-book (PDF Format)
ISBN: 9789264056015 , OECD Code: 442009031E1
Price:   €21 | $28 | £17 | ¥2500 | MXN370
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Imprint:  Sahel and West Africa Club Electronic format: Acrobat PDF

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This publication presents contributions by international experts on various aspects of West African migration. It provides a contrasting perspective to current debates which essentially focus on security issues. This rather non-institutional approach promotes a constant dialogue based on analyses of the actual situation: the authors encourage "win-win" mobility for all parties involved (Europe, North Africa and West Africa), whether it be a host, transit or departure country.


Table of contents:

Summary
PART I. WHAT ARE THE PROSPECTS FOR A WEST AFRICAN COMMON APPROACH ON MIGRATION?
Chapter 1. Migration Management in West Africa within the context of ECOWAS Protocol on Free Movement of Persons and the Common Approach on Migration: Challenges and Prospects by Aderanti ADEPOJU
Chapter 2. The Co-operation on Readmission and Enforced Return in the African-European Context by Jean-Pierre CASSARINO
Chapter 3. Migration and Settlement Management in Sub-Saharan and West Africa by Jean-Marie COUR
Chapter 4. Migration and Development in ECOWAS Countries: What Role for the Maghreb? by Mehdi LAHLOU
Chapter 5. Migration and Population in West Africa: Political Issues and Perspectives by Dieudonné OUEDRAOGO
Chapter 6. ECOWAS, an Area of Free Movement and First Border Post for the Schengen Area by Nelly ROBIN
PART II. CASE STUDIES: MAURITANIA AND SENEGAL
Chapter 7. Mauritania: Restrictions on the "Return Effects" of Intense and Diverse Migratory Movements by Ali BENSAÂD
Chapter 8. Migrants Criminalised While Making the Journey by Mandiogou NDIAYE and Nelly ROBIN
PART III. INTERVENTIONS AND INTERVIEWS
Chapter 9. Niger – A Crossroads of African Migration Networks: Interview with Guy-Michel BOLOUVI
Chapter 10. Migration Towards and Transiting Through the Central Sahara: From International to Local Patterns and Practices: Interview with Julien BRACH
Chapter 11. The Relationship between Migration and Development by Jean-Christophe DEBERRE
Chapter 12. A Few Questions for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO): Interview with the FCO

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