Displacement and Convergence of Illicit Flows (humans and goods)
The project advances the knowledge on the displacement and convergence of transnational crimes with a specific focus on human smuggling and drug trafficking in North Africa and in the areas of the Mediterranean Sea. The American University in Cairo, Florida International University, The Siracusa International Institute, Crime&tech, together with individual scholars from other institutions, are partners to the project.
To find out more about the project, visit the dedicated website.
In April 2022, Springer will publish the book “The Evolution of Illicit Flows. Displacement and Convergence among Transnational Crime“, edited by Ernesto Savona, Rob T. Guerette and Alberto Aziani.
The book will focus on the analysis and main results of this project, delving into the relevant theories and empirical evidence supporting the policy recommendations.
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Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?
The webinar ‘Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?’ will be held on December 3, 2020. This event will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the current state of European migration policies and issues. It builds upon the expertise of renowned participants from European and International institutions and the…
On 5 and 6 November the Expert Meeting of the project Flows – Displacement and Convergence of Illicit Flows (humans and goods) will take place. This aims at advancing the knowledge on crime displacement and convergence of human smuggling and drug trafficking in North Africa and aims at designing effective…