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    s.l. : International Organisation for Migration
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (216 p)
    ISBN: 9789210571173
    Content: In October 2013, over 400 people <em class="albert-highlight">lost</em> their <em class="albert-highlight">lives</em> in two highly publicized shipwrecks close to the Italian island of Lampedusa, but sadly, they are not isolated incidents. Estimates in 2013 and 2014 reach close to 6,500 <em class="albert-highlight">lost</em> <em class="albert-highlight">lives</em> of migrants in border regions around the world. Many deaths occur in remote areas and are never reported. This publication investigates how border-related deaths are documented, who is documenting them, and what can be done to improve the evidence base to encourage informed accountability, policy and practice. Included are <em class="albert-highlight">migration</em> routes through Central America to the United States, with a focus on the United States–Mexico border region; the southern European Union bordering the Mediterranean; routes from sub-Saharan Africa to North Africa; routes taken by migrants emigrating from the Horn of Africa towards the Gulf or Southern Africa; and the waters surrounding Australia
    Content: In October 2013, over 400 people <em class="albert-highlight">lost</em> their <em class="albert-highlight">lives</em> in two highly publicized shipwrecks close to the Italian island of Lampedusa, but sadly, they are not isolated incidents. Estimates in 2013 and 2014 reach close to 6,500 <em class="albert-highlight">lost</em> <em class="albert-highlight">lives</em> of migrants in border regions around the world. Many deaths occur in remote areas and are never reported. This publication investigates how border-related deaths are documented, who is documenting them, and what can be done to improve the evidence base to encourage informed accountability, policy and practice. Included are <em class="albert-highlight">migration</em> routes through Central America to the United States, with a focus on the United States–Mexico border region; the southern European Union bordering the Mediterranean; routes from sub-Saharan Africa to North Africa; routes taken by migrants emigrating from the Horn of Africa towards the Gulf or Southern Africa; and the waters surrounding Australia
    Language: English
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