Côte d’Ivoire

Arnaud Yao, an employee of Fraternita Massi, a refuge for migrants, in Oulx/©LouisChahuneau
Demonstrators chanted slogans against Tunisian President Kais Saied who had claimed that sub-Saharan migrants sought to colonize Tunisia and threatened Arab-Muslim identity. February 26, 2023 | Photo: Fauque Nicolas/Images de Tunisie/abaca/picture alliance
The Ivorian capital Yamoussoukro is ready to welcome the former chancellor | Photo: Julien Adayé / DW
As the migrants waited to disembark in Ravenna, they realized that an uncertain future awaits | Photo: Frey Lindsay
Credit: DW
Italian-Ivorian activist, trade unionist and newly elected member of Parliament Aboubakar Soumahoro, October 5, 2022 | Photo: REUTERS/Yara Nardi
Uber Eats delivery workers who cannot work anymore in the  18th arrondissement de Paris, on September 14 | Photo: InfoMigrants
Around 130 migrants were able to remain in Melilla after 'jumping' the border fence on June 24, 2022. At least 27 lost their lives | Photo: Private
The association Utopia 56 set up a camp at the Place de la Bastille in Paris on May 28, 2022 to draw attention to the plight of minors | Photo: Utopia56
A Save the Children aid worker holds a baby during a rescue and transfer mission to Italy of minors and vulnerable Ukrainian families fleeing war who arrived at the Polish border, 14 March, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/SAVE THE CHILDREN
Migrants arrested in Laayoune are often sent into the desert near the Algerian border | Photo: Private
A screenshot taken from the Aegean Boat Report Blog of the group of Afghan migrants about to be rescued by the Turkish coast guard from the Aegean Sea | Source: Aegean Boat Report Blog