Migration in North Africa - Regionalprogramm Politischer Dialog und regionale Integration im Südlichen Mittelmeer
The conference aimed to present our conducted study entitled "Migration in North Africa: an uncomfortable position between Sub-Saharan Africa and Europe”. Professor Hassen Boubekri from Tunisia and Professor Mehdi Lahlou from Morocco, who co-authored the study, presented its main findings. The other two panels tackled the conditions for an organized and peaceful migration from North Africa to Europe and how to promote South-South migration.
The event brought together representatives of international and local organizations based in Tunisia, as well as representatives of municipalities and universities.
About the study
The study "Migration in North Africa: An Uncomfortable Position Between Sub-Saharan Africa and Europe?" outlines central domestic developments and discussions on the topic of migration in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya. Renowned experts from the region shed light on the historical relevance, interconnectedness and future prospects of migration trends for the countries themselves and the region as a whole. It was co-authored by Mehdi Lahlou (Morocco chapter), Saïb Musette (Algeria Chapter), Hassen Boubakri (Tunisia chapter) et Marwa Mohamed (Libya chapter).