Migration

Our latest report on the effects of COVID-19 on migration looks at how the global pandemic is changing attitudes and behaviours of potential migrants in Edo State, Nigeria – and what these changes mean for supporting them in their migration decision-making and reducing their vulnerability to human trafficking. After exploring the impact of COVID-19 on …

COVID-19, migration intentions and human trafficking in Benin City, Nigeria Read More »

Cette étude examine les relations entre les communautés locales et les migrants en transit à Agadez, au Niger et à Gao, au Mali. Agadez et Gao sont deux importants centres de transit migratoire au Sahel, où l’ampleur de la programmation en matière de développement et d’aide humanitaire a considérablement augmenté au cours des cinq dernières …

Comprendre les relations entre les communautés locales et les migrants à Gao et Agadez Read More »

This study examines the relations between local communities and transit migrants in Agadez, Niger and Gao, Mali. Agadez and Gao are two important migration transit hubs in the Sahel where the scale of development and humanitarian programming has increased significantly in the past five years. Findings draw on a desk review of 58 sources, semi-structured …

Understanding Relations between Local Communities and Transit Migrants in Gao and Agadez Read More »

Seefar’s behaviour change campaign in Mali has resulted in more than half of consultees making safer and more informed migration decisions, according to evaluation data.  The campaign ran from February to December 2020, and was aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of irregular migration amongst potential migrants to protect them from harm and exploitation. …

Over half of irregular migrants consulted in Mali choose safer migration options Read More »

Seefar’s pilot campaign in six refugee camps in Ethiopia has resulted in more than half of beneficiaries taking active measures to prevent COVID-19 transmission, according to evaluation data. Active measures include avoiding crowded spaces, wearing masks, frequent handwashing and covering coughs and sneezes. The pilot ran from July to October 2020, and was aimed at …

COVID-19 preventative behaviour change campaign pilot in Ethiopia Read More »

Seefar’s pilot remote migration communications campaign in Turkey and Serbia has resulted in over one third of transit migrants making safer and more informed migration decisions after receiving a consultation on the risks and realities of irregular migration.  The campaign, On The Move, ran from April to December 2020 and was aimed at informing transit …

One-in-three irregular migrants in transit choose safer migration options after receiving counselling from On the Move campaign Read More »

Seefar’s campaign in Niger has successfully raised awareness amongst 7,500 transit and potential migrants about the risks and realities of irregular migration, enabling them to make safer migration decisions and avoid serious and potentially deadly risks on the journey to Europe.  The campaign ran from June 2019 to May 2020 and was aimed at providing …

Addressing the risks of irregular migration amongst transit and potential migrants in Niger Read More »

Seefar’s migration communications campaign in Afghanistan has successfully resulted in more than half of consultees making safer and more informed migration decisions, and avoiding potentially deadly encounters on the journey to Europe.  The campaign ran from February to December 2020 and was aimed at informing potential Afghan migrants about the risks and realities of irregular …

Campaign to inform migrant decision making in Afghanistan Read More »

This paper demonstrates the power of a country’s brand name in attracting and repelling people considering irregular migration – a dynamic we label your “brand impact”. Four out of five European countries show a clear positive or negative effect in a test designed to isolate the influence of the country’s name. For countries engaged in …

Measuring a destination country’s brand in the minds of people considering irregular migration Read More »

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