Friday, 1st July 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Irregular migration, experts advocate proper trauma care for returnees

By TVC News Nigeria
31 January 2021   |   3:39 pm
Irregular migration, experts advocate proper trauma care for returnees

Related

4 Sep 2019
ECOWAS Parliament Summit discusses methods to curb irregular migration
14 Sep 2019
Mexican officials have dismissed US threats to impose tariffs linked to its ability to stop asylum-seekers from reaching US soil. A senior official said the strategy that Mexico put forward has been successful.
13 Sep 2019
A hundred and eighty-seven Nigerians arrived in the country past nine local time on Wednesday, as the first evacuation flight by Air Peace landed. The airline which says it has budgeted around n300 million for the exercise and will be working with the Nigerian government to ensure every Nigerian willing to leave South Africa is taken home.
20 Sep 2019
Xenophobia: 30 children among latest returnees
1 Oct 2019
'Migration has long been present across the ages and across the continents'
2 Oct 2019
Thousands of foreign 'IS' supporters are held in Kurdish camps in Syria. Most European countries refuse to repatriate them, but Kosovo is bringing its citizens home. DW met with one female returnee under house arrest.
6 Oct 2019
Africans born and raised in Europe often go through great difficulties to acquire citizenship. Several of the features shown at the African Film Festival in Cologne, Germany highlighted this issue.
16 Nov 2019
A Guinean filmmaker tells his migration story; animal testing in Germany
6 Jan 2020
Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Chairman, Nigerian Diaspora Commission (NDC), says a Diaspora Policy for Nigeria has been sent to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) for ratification.
29 Apr 2020
Migrants from Africa should be offered temporary work permits in exchange for a cash deposit, a panel of experts has said. They argue the measure would reduce illegal immigration and encourage migrants to return home.
17 May 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Monday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Monday⁣.
24 May 2020
An increasing number of "Islamic State" returnees are standing trial in Germany, including female supporters of the terror group. To make their case, federal prosecutors are relying on international criminal law.