Rabat- Those who discuss Europe’s attempt to « externalize the migration problem » in the region of the Maghreb underline the signing of the Schengen agreements in June 1990, which increased the regional unity of European Union states, but greatly increased border control and enacted rigorous restrictions on legal immigration into Europe. These political initiatives increased the regionalization of the European states, and spearheaded a certain “logic of ostracism” vis-à-vis migrant flows from other regions, including the Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa.[1]

Civil Society in Morocco: Multi-level challenges to reform (Part 2)
Illegal Immigrants in Morocco, living in a forest near Oujda in the eastern part of Morocco
Anna Jacobs graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in Government, Foreign Affairs, and French literature.