Migration

  • Giselle Musabimana
  • Posted by Giselle Musabimana
April 9, 2024

Just as young Italians aspire to migrate elsewhere because their country fails to meet their needs, so do Nigerians, Gambians, Congolese, Somalis.

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  • Diaspora Africa
  • Posted by Diaspora Africa
January 28, 2024

“We understand that migration affects women differently and at Diaspora Africa, we use data to research how migration policy affects women. For example, we recently examined the UK’s new migration policy...

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  • Diaspora Africa
  • Posted by Diaspora Africa
January 10, 2024

On 18th December 2023, Diaspora Africa commemorates the International Migrants Day. In light of the increasing number of migrants across the world, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 18 December as International Migrants Day in 2000.

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  • Yahuza Bawage
  • Posted by Yahuza Bawage
December 8, 2023

In September 2022, Akaniro arrived at Cambridge, UK, alongside her family to pursue a postgraduate degree in Public Policy. If she had waited a year longer, she would have found herself in a difficult situation of choosing between studying in the UK.

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  • Ernest Nweke
  • Posted by Ernest Nweke
December 3, 2023

They did not catch me having sex or in any compromising position. Someone asked me, no, accused me, of being homosexual, and I said, 'Yes, that I was homosexual.' And the school suspended me.

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  • Diaspora Africa
  • Posted by Diaspora Africa
November 14, 2023

Penal sections should be metered out as punishment for those who violate these laws because the proper treatment of migrant workers essentially touches on their fundamental human rights.

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MORENIKE OYELEKE - THE WET GRAVE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN - Diaspora Africa
  • Diaspora Africa
  • Posted by Diaspora Africa
October 24, 2023

Official reports show that thousands of migrants and asylum seekers lose their lives or disappear every day in the Mediterranean and the Northwest African routes.

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Israel Flag - Eritrean Asylum Seekers in Israel are Facing Attack While Demanding Good Governance
  • Ayoola Babalola
  • Posted by Ayoola Babalola
October 12, 2023

These forced displacements, be it through colonization, neocolonialism, or geopolitical conflicts, have left countless Africans in a state of uncertainty, searching for safe havens and opportunities elsewhere.

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The Realities of Migrant West African Healthcare Professionals Navigating the United Kingdom's Medical Landscape
  • Yahuza Bawage
  • Posted by Yahuza Bawage
October 5, 2023

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimated that healthcare vacancies in the United Kingdom's health and social care sector rose to 217,000 between July and September 2022.

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Diaspora Africa explores African immigration and gender, education, climate change, refuge politics and LGBTQ+ rights.
  • Ifeoluwa Fatoki
  • Posted by Ifeoluwa Fatoki
August 15, 2023

Almost 20 million Africans are reported to be living outside the continent as of 2020, yet the experiences documented above are only a drop in the ocean of countless others. There are many more who in the quest to make it out of the continent lose their lives in the desert and on the sea.

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