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side-effects and instead encourage irregular migration which is conceptualised as a policy gap and policy failure. The conclusion drawn from this is that some irregular migration can be avoided and that there is scope for accordingly reforming national laws. Keywords European Union (EU); irregular/illegal

In: European Journal of Migration and Law

majority of international migration inflows to various destinations are from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The changing direction in migratory movements has also coincided with a rising tide of irregular/illegal migration, refugee movements, undocumented migrant workers, and the displacement of

in Brill's Encyclopedia of Global Pentecostalism Online

28; Patrick Taran, Human Rights of Migrants: Challenges of the New Decade, 38 Int’l Migration 6, 7, 8 (2000). 161 Kneebone, supra note 115, at 146 (referring to the attributes of “migration” as “‘repeat,’ ‘circular’ or ‘temporary’, and including ‘regular’ (legal) and ‘irregular’ (illegal) migration

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also discusses the well-known and sad stories of vulnerable migrants who are victimized by numerous shady labour agents. The desire to have a decent life and the lure of better earnings abroad makes people receptive to the sales talk of brokers. Irregular (illegal) migration is flourish- ing, and the

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