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Fort Europe Part II - Morocco
In an effort to escape war, violence, and poverty in their home countries in southern and western Africa, a number of women end up in the clutches of human traffickers. In reality they become slaves to be sold on as sex workers in Europe. On the journey through Africa, and in camps before they reach Europe – if they ever make it that far – thousands of women and children are subjected to suppression, rape, abuse and death on a daily basis. Because of increased patrols along European borders, a large number of the women find themselves in a kind of no-man’s-land, caught in northern or western-African countries without the possibility of getting into Europe or going back home.
An enclosure in Morocco is surrounded by a wall made of clay, where about 30 women and children live. Several of the girls are from Nigeria, where organized rings of huma...
On the journey through Africa, and in camps before they reach Europe – if they ever make it that far – thousands of women and children are subjected to suppression, rape,...
A group of migrants and their children rest in a corner of a house, where there is some shelter from the merciless sun in a desert in Morocco. Trying to flee war, violenc...
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Besides the fear and the abuse, the women suffer from lack of clean drinking water and a general poor standard of hygiene in the camp. Women and children often fall ill, ...
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While the EU tries to decrease immigration from Africa to Europe, human traffickers employ more and more extreme methods in getting the women to Europe, where great amoun...
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In an effort to escape war, violence, and poverty in their home countries in southern and western Africa, a number of women end up in the clutches of human traffickers. I...
Because of increased patrols along European borders, a large number of the women find themselves in a kind of no-man’s-land, caught in northern or western-African countri...
A woman is on her way back with a small girl after having collected water. People with knowledge of human traffickers – even humanitarian organizations – are sometimes fo...