Amnesty International Statement at the occasion of the Ministerial Euro-African Conference on Migration and Development Rabat, 10-11 July 2006
On 10-11 July 2006 nearly 60 African and European countries, are meeting in Rabat to discuss migration and development in the context of the persistent crisis of irregular migration from Africa to Europe. Amnesty International is deeply concerned that, until now, the various parties have failed to give due weight and priority to human rights considerations and to ensuring that the rights of refugees and migrants are not sacrificed in the name of migration control and security.
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