Sector Publications

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A Certain Catalyst

An overview of the (mixed) migration and development debate with special focus on the Horn of Africa region: Read more

Abused & Abducted

The plight of female migrants from the Horn of Africa in Yemen (Printed October 2014/ 95 pages). Read more

The Letter of the Law

Regular and irregular migration in Saudi Arabia in a context of rapid change (Printed April 2014/ 90 pages). Read more

Migrant Smuggling in the Horn of Africa & Yemen

The political economy & protection risks (Printed June 2013 / 80 pages). Read more

A Certain Catalyst

An overview of the (mixed) migration and development debate with special focus on the Horn of Africa region (Printed November 2015/ 152 pages). Read more

Blinded by Hope

Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Ethiopian migrants (Printed June 2014/ 60 pages). Read more

Responses to Mixed Migration in the Horn of Africa & Yemen

Policies & assistance responses in a fast-changing context (Printed August 2013 / 110 pages). Read more

Global Migration Futures

Using scenarios to explore future migration in the Horn of Africa & Yemen (Printed November 2012 / 50 pages). Read more

Behind Bars

Behind Bars: the detention of migrants in and from the East & Horn of Africa (Printed February 2015/ 112 pages). Read more

Going West

Contemporary mixed migration trends from the Horn of Africa to Libya & Europe (Printed June 2014/ 111 pages). Read more

Mixed Migration in Kenya

The scale of movement & associated protection risks (Printed June 2013 / 70 pages). Read more

Desperate Choices

Conditions, risks & protection failure affecting Ethiopian migrants in Yemen (Printed October 2012 / 57 pages). Read more

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Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat
DRC East Africa & Yemen
Lower Kabete Road
(Ngecha Road Junction)
P.O.Box 14762, 00800
Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: (0)20 418 0403/4/5 (switchboard)
info@regionalmms.org

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