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Time, Migration and Forced ImmobilitySub-Saharan African Migrants in Morocco$
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Inka Stock

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781529201970

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781529201970.001.0001

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EU Externalization Policies and their Impact on Migrants in Morocco

EU Externalization Policies and their Impact on Migrants in Morocco

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(p.23) 2 EU Externalization Policies and their Impact on Migrants in Morocco
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Time, Migration and Forced Immobility
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Inka Stock

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781529201970.003.0002

This chapter lays out the context of research in Morocco and the general situation of migrants in the country. In the beginning, it provides a general overview about the characteristics of Morocco’s migrant population. It explores the different types of migrants which Morocco is hosting, as well as their socio-economic and legal statuses. Furthermore, the chapter gives a short overview of new and old migration policies and their connections with EU migration policy and development cooperation. After that, important state-and non-state actors involved in migration management in Morocco are introduced. The chapter focuses on the structural conditions which regulate migration – both on national and international level- and how these are “framed” in policy talk. By doing this, the chapter uncovers the contradictions between the theoretical justifications for non-state and state actors’ decisions and activities in migration management in Morocco and those pursued by migrants themselves.

Keywords:   Transit, Concepts in migration research, Time, Forced immobility, Migrant population in Morocco, Migration policy, Morocco, Migration-development nexus

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