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People smugglers globally, 2017

Author: John Coyne; Madeleine Nyst; Australian Strategic Policy Institute,
Publisher: Barton, ACT : Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 2017. ©2017
Series: Strategy (Australian Strategic Policy Institute)
Edition/Format:   eBook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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By its very nature, any treatment of irregular migration, asylum seekers, human trafficking and people smuggling is highly controversial. To avoid unnecessary controversy, this report focuses on the organisation and business models of the globe's people-smuggling organisations, but the authors have maintained an explorative outlook. This report has drawn together the work of authors from multiple disciplines to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Coyne; Madeleine Nyst; Australian Strategic Policy Institute,
ISBN: 9781925229363 192522936X 9781925229356 1925229351
OCLC Number: 1008568999
Notes: "October 2017."
Description: 1 online resource (87 pages) : illustrations, maps, portraits.
Contents: Preface. --
Foreword, Philip Ruddock. --
Chapter 1 Introduction, John Coyne. --
Chapter 2 People smuggling in Southeast Asia, Madeleine Nyst and John Coyne. --
Chapter 3 People smuggling in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, Ramesh Sunam and Dinuk Jayasuriya. --
Chapter 4 People smuggling in North Asia, Jiyoung Song. --
Chapter 5 People smuggling in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Seefar writers. --
Chapter 6 People smuggling in Turkey, Ayşem Biriz Karaçay. --
Chapter 7 People smuggling in post-revolution Libya, Mark Micallef. --
Chapter 8 People smuggling in the Horn of Africa, Peter Tinti. --
Chapter 9 People smuggling in West Africa, Tuesday Reitano. --
Chapter 10 People smuggling in North America, David Danelo. --
Chapter 11 People smuggling in Latin America, David Danelo. --
Chapter 12 International law and human smuggling: trying to make sens of a convoluted framework, Isaac Kfir. --
Chapter 13 Global people-smuggling networks, 2017: lessons and problems, John Coyne. --
References. --
Notes. --
Glossary. --
Acronyms and abbreviations. --
The authors.
Series Title: Strategy (Australian Strategic Policy Institute)
Responsibility: edited by John Coyne and Madeleine Nyst.

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By its very nature, any treatment of irregular migration, asylum seekers, human trafficking and people smuggling is highly controversial. To avoid unnecessary controversy, this report focuses on the organisation and business models of the globe's people-smuggling organisations, but the authors have maintained an explorative outlook. This report has drawn together the work of authors from multiple disciplines to explore the global phenomenon that is people smuggling. While it's expansive in its breadth and depth of coverage, it isn't meant to be the definitive source on the subject. Rather, it has been developed to provide readers with a clear, concise and obtainable understanding of the issue and its complexity. The multidisciplinary approach means that each of the chapters explores a different geographical region or issue with a different methodological approach (ethnographic, explorative, legal). Understandably, such an approach exposes and brings together the many disconnects and inconsistencies in knowledge in this area of study. One particularly challenging dimension for this global body of research was dealing with the plethora of legal and non-legal terms used in public discourse on refugees and people smugglers. The report is an exercise in applied research and analysis with a clear policy focus. While its analytical focus is global, its conclusions and recommendations have been made with Australian policymakers in mind.

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