Côte d’Ivoire

Despite the life-threatening risks involved in irregular migration, hardly any of those surveyed said they would have stayed at home had they known of the dangers | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/Ansa/Eidon/Maxpap/Eidon/F. Frustaci
Woman working in an office in Berlin | Photo: Imago Images/Westend61
IOM workers have observed a steep increase of young women and girls arriving from Ivory Coast | Photo: REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello
It was this ground in Abidjan that Yaya Touré first began playing football | Photo: With kind permission of the book's authors (Magique système, l’esclavage moderne des footballeurs africains. Éditions Marabout.)
Over 350 participants attended the first job fair for returned migrants in Cote d'Ivoire | Photo: IOM/Mohamed Diabate
The disembarkation of 10 Tunisian migrants who arrived autonomously at the port of Lampedusa | Photo: ANSA

Ivorian migrants returning from Libya arrive in Abidjan, Ivory Coast | Photo: EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
A group of migrants during the Rome Pride parade in 2018 gay pride parade with a photo of Soumayla Sacko, who was killed on June 2, 2018 in southern Italy | Photo: ANSA/FABIO FRUSTACI
The Mediterranean route accounted for half of all migrants that died or went missing in 2018, according to IOM | Photo: Picture Alliance / dpa / SOS Mediterranee / L. Schmid
Many migrants die in the desert after being deported there by Algerian authorities | PHOTO: picture-alliance/AP Photo/J. Delay
Aïcha, an Ivorian asylum-seeker in Marseille. Photo: InfoMigrants / Dana Alboz
A demonstration against the Italian government's policy towards migration in Catania on November 19 2018 just before the 'Salvini Decree' became law. | Photo: Emma Wallis