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  1. “The Prophet says the coronavirus will disappear on 28 March” - COVID…

    van Reisen, M., Smits, K., Cartaxo, A., Melicherová, K., Stam, G., Smeets, A., van Mourik, L., & Stocker, M. (2020). “The Prophet says the coronavirus will disappear on 28 March”: COVID-19 and the new digital and human security dimensions. In F. van Iersel (Ed.), Vredeseducatie in de krijgsmacht: RELIGIE EN VEILIGHEID V (Vol. V, pp. 45). Eburon.
  2. The (Un)intended Role of Gatekeepers of Information in Human Traffick…

    van Reisen, M., Smits, K., Stokmans, M., Mawere, M., & Robertson‐von Trotha, C. (Ed.) (2020). The (Un)intended Role of Gatekeepers of Information in Human Trafficking in the Digital Era. Paper presented at Karlsruhe Dialogues, Karlsruhe, Germany. https://www.zak.kit.edu/downloads/210317_ZAK_The_Occasional_Papers_van_Reisen_et_al.pdf
  3. The shaping of the EU’s migration policy - The tragedy of lampedusa a…

    Smits, K., & Karagianni, I. (2019). The shaping of the EU’s migration policy: The tragedy of lampedusa as a turning point. In M. van Reisen, M. Mawere, M. Stokmans, & K. Gebre-Egziabher (Eds.), Mobile Africa: Human Trafficking and the Digital Divide (pp. 559). ( Connected and Mobile: Migration and Human Trafficking in Africa). Langaa RPCIG.
  4. Lawless Libya - Unprotected refugees kept powerless and silenced

    van Reisen, M., Smits, K., & Wirtz, M. (2019). Lawless Libya: Unprotected refugees kept powerless and silenced. In Mobile Africa: Human Trafficking and the Digital Divide (pp. 261-293). (Connected and Mobile: Migration and Human Trafficking in Africa ). Langaa RPCIG.
  5. Network Gatekeepers in Human Trafficking - Profiting from the Misery …

    van Reisen, M., Smits, K., Stokmans, M., & Mawere, M. (2019). Network Gatekeepers in Human Trafficking: Profiting from the Misery of Eritreans in the Digital Era. In Mobile Africa: Human Trafficking and the Digital Divide (pp. 33-62). Langaa RPCIG.

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