Great Zimbabwe University launches book publications on human trafficking and mobility in Africa

On Thursday 30 January 2020, two new books on migration were presented at Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) by its representatives, including Pro-Vice Chancellor Adrew Chindanya, the Deans of faculties, together with Prof. Mirjam Van Reisen, Professor of International Relations, Innovation and Care at Tilburg University. The two books are part of a book series Connected and Mobile: Migration and Human Trafficking in Africa. The launch at the GZU came as a sequel to the book presentations which took place in Ethiopia and Uganda in November 2019.

News highlights: UNHCR closes transit centre in Libya, EU development aid tied to returns, Foreign aircraft carried out 2019 bombing of Tajoura Center, says UN

In this week’s news highlights: UNHCR closes GDF facility in Libya, citing safety concerns; Foreign country involved in the attack on Tajoura detention center in Libya; And refugee and migrant women more likely to experience sexual abuse than men; EU and China projects in Eritrea criticized; Ethiopian government allegedly violates human rights over protest arrests and kidnapping inaction; New Ethiopian navy in Djibouti; Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia strenghten ties; East African countries harmonize labour migration policy; Lack of basic support for refugees in Ethiopia; Illustrated story of an Eritrean refugee; Stories of refugee children from Eritrea; EU allegedly uses development aid to secure returns; Sick children suffer in refugee camp Greece; Naval operation ‘Sophia’ might not change focus as member states disagree; And Open arms saves 237 people in the Mediterranean Sea.