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Role of corruption in mixed migration

11 July 2019

We know that corruption impacts both people’s motivation to leave their homeland and their ability to reach their destination. The Mixed Migration Centre's June 2019 brief, A persistent reality: the role of corruption in mixed migration, argues that dialogue or cooperation with states on migration and migration governance must consider the functions of corruption and the potential fall-out of migration control measures.


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