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The smuggling of asylum seekers into Western Europe: contradictions, conundrums and dilemmas

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Identifier: 
303821155
Identifier Shelfmark: 
RSC/A-30 CONF IRAP 2001
Sourced from: 
Refugee Studies Centre
Author/Creator: 
Koser, Khalid
Publisher: 
Koser, Khalid
Publisher Type: 
Individual
Description: 
This paper presents findings from a research survey carried out among smuggled asylum seekers in Western Europe. It tries to address questions such as: Is smuggling necessarily an evil? Is it really a new phenomenon? And why are policy makers finding it so hard to come to terms with smuggling?
Language: 
English
Subject: 
Irregular immigration
Subject: 
Non-political crimes
Subject: 
Human rights violations
Subject: 
Debt
Subject: 
Iranians
Subject: 
Smuggling of persons
Coverage Geography: 
Europe
Coverage Geography: 
United Kingdom
Coverage Time: 
1960-2000
Date Created: 
01/01/2001
Date Reliable: 
Yes
Item Type: 
Conference papers
Relation: 
Paper presented at the 7th IRAP conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration, Johannesburg, January 7-11, 2001, 'The Refugee Convention at 50'
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Adobe Acrobat
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GIF
Format Medium: 
PDF
Format Extent: 
15 p.
Rights: 
Cleared
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