POLICY BRIEF ON FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT AND VISAS

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Travel within Africa for Africans is often fraught with difficulties and beset with hurdles. Poor interstate infrastructure and the high cost of air travel are just a few of the challenges faced by African travellers. However, the single most challenging aspect for Africans is obtaining the necessary permission to enter a country: the visa. Visa… Read more »

POLICY BRIEF ON FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN KENYA

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Freedom of movement of people refers to the ability to enter a foreign country without a visa, the right to live and work in that country, and the right to establish and to set up a business there without discrimination.[1] There are benefits to freedom of movement of people, and it can be a potential… Read more »

Policy Brief on Freedom of Movement in Kenya and COMESA

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  Travel within Africa is beset with hurdles; travellers face a myriad of obstacles from poor infrastructure to restrictive visa requirements. Visa requirements for most Africans travelling within the continent is, perhaps, the single most restrictive barrier to travel abroad. Irrespective of the African Union’s encouraging position on freedom of movement of people across the… Read more »

Supporting Libyan Coast Guard is a misuse of the so-called “Africa Fund”. Italian Association ASGI brings Italian Foreign Ministry to Court.

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The Italian Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (ASGI) has recently brought legal proceedings before the Regional Administrative Tribunal (TAR) with regard to Decree 4110/47 by which the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation allocates 2,5 million euros to the Ministry of Interior to repair four vessels for Libyan authorities and train them…. Read more »