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In 2017 alone, about 2,400 Nigerian migrants died while trying to get to Europe. Others were abducted or abused, sold by one human-trafficking group to another or forced into hard labour.
This is an hazardous voyage in which not a few young people have keyed.
Migration, both legal and illegal, involves exit of people from home; and when the youths are involved this means loss of the manpower required to harness the untapped resources of our nation
The reason given by most illegal migrants for venturing into such high-risk movement is the harsh economic condition in Nigeria.
As challenging as the state of the economy may be, that alone is not a justifiable excuse for the youths to expose themselves to the dangers involved in embarking on such tortuous journey across the Sahara Desert and the Mediterranean Sea. “Not all the travelers are lucky to reach their destinations alive as many ended up in modern slavery,” According to reports, Nigerian illegal migrants on this illicit route may be charged up to N450, 000 by human traffickers for a trip that may even cost the life of the immigrant.
Lets Say NO to Irregular Migration.

#Triton #refugees #humantrafficking #frontex #ForMigration #CRVS #BorderManagement #amebofms Fight against Youth Irregular Migration #ooplydc Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library- Youth Development Centre

#BorderManagement: European Border and Coast Guard Agency strengthens operational co-operation with #Albania by EU Reporter Correspondent - https://www.eureporter.co/world/2018/02/13/bordermanagement-european-border-and-coast-guard-agency-strengthens-operational-co-operation-with-albania/ #albania #featured #fullimage

5 most persistent #migration challenges in last 2 years in 14 #EU Member States revealed 👉🔗 http://fra.europa.eu/en/node/26156
#migration #EU #challenges #bordermanagement #asylum

@Regranned from @interpol_hq - ESTORIL, Portugal: #INTERPOL and Frontex are enhancing their collaboration to strengthen the ability of police and border officers to authenticate travel and identity documents.
With increased mobility of people and goods across borders also facilitating the movement of criminals, INTERPOL and Frontex will leverage and increase international cooperation between border control and law enforcement authorities to tackle the global security challenges posed by document fraud.
The two organizations will expand their respective Dial-Doc and Quick Check Cards initiatives to improve frontline document checks and tackle document fraud, which facilitates serious crimes such as human trafficking and terrorism.
Speaking at the first joint INTERPOL-Frontex conference on border management as part of the enhanced cooperation between the two agencies, Portugal’s Minister of Home Affairs Eduardo Cabrita, said: “Fraudulent documents threaten national security and the free movement of persons. To fight this threat, the quality of identity and travel documents has to be raised even more, national systems of entry and exit have to be further developed and integrated, and international cooperation has to be strengthened.”
Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri said: “Document fraud is an enabler of terrorism and other types of organized crime such as trafficking in human beings and people smuggling. The effective control of travel and identity documents at borders is a fundamental component of internal security and successful migration management.”
INTERPOL’s enhanced partnership with Frontex falls within the framework of the world police body’s Border Management programme which sees effective border security as an essential part of combating transnational crime. Read more at: https://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/News/2017/N2017-166
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ESTORIL, Portugal: #INTERPOL and Frontex are enhancing their collaboration to strengthen the ability of police and border officers to authenticate travel and identity documents.
With increased mobility of people and goods across borders also facilitating the movement of criminals, INTERPOL and Frontex will leverage and increase international cooperation between border control and law enforcement authorities to tackle the global security challenges posed by document fraud.
The two organizations will expand their respective Dial-Doc and Quick Check Cards initiatives to improve frontline document checks and tackle document fraud, which facilitates serious crimes such as human trafficking and terrorism.
Speaking at the first joint INTERPOL-Frontex conference on border management as part of the enhanced cooperation between the two agencies, Portugal’s Minister of Home Affairs Eduardo Cabrita, said: “Fraudulent documents threaten national security and the free movement of persons. To fight this threat, the quality of identity and travel documents has to be raised even more, national systems of entry and exit have to be further developed and integrated, and international cooperation has to be strengthened.”
Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri said: “Document fraud is an enabler of terrorism and other types of organized crime such as trafficking in human beings and people smuggling. The effective control of travel and identity documents at borders is a fundamental component of internal security and successful migration management.”
INTERPOL’s enhanced partnership with Frontex falls within the framework of the world police body’s Border Management programme which sees effective border security as an essential part of combating transnational crime. Read more at: https://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/News/2017/N2017-166
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ESTORIL, Portugal: #INTERPOL and Frontex are enhancing their collaboration to strengthen the ability of police and border officers to authenticate travel and identity documents.
With increased mobility of people and goods across borders also facilitating the movement of criminals, INTERPOL and Frontex will leverage and increase international cooperation between border control and law enforcement authorities to tackle the global security challenges posed by document fraud.
The two organizations will expand their respective Dial-Doc and Quick Check Cards initiatives to improve frontline document checks and tackle document fraud, which facilitates serious crimes such as human trafficking and terrorism.
Speaking at the first joint INTERPOL-Frontex conference on border management as part of the enhanced cooperation between the two agencies, Portugal’s Minister of Home Affairs Eduardo Cabrita, said: “Fraudulent documents threaten national security and the free movement of persons. To fight this threat, the quality of identity and travel documents has to be raised even more, national systems of entry and exit have to be further developed and integrated, and international cooperation has to be strengthened.”
Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri said: “Document fraud is an enabler of terrorism and other types of organized crime such as trafficking in human beings and people smuggling. The effective control of travel and identity documents at borders is a fundamental component of internal security and successful migration management.”
INTERPOL’s enhanced partnership with Frontex falls within the framework of the world police body’s Border Management programme which sees effective border security as an essential part of combating transnational crime. https://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/News/2017/N2017-166
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ESTORIL, Portugal: #INTERPOL and Frontex are enhancing their collaboration to strengthen the ability of police and border officers to authenticate travel and identity documents.
With increased mobility of people and goods across borders also facilitating the movement of criminals, INTERPOL and Frontex will leverage and increase international cooperation between border control and law enforcement authorities to tackle the global security challenges posed by document fraud.
The two organizations will expand their respective Dial-Doc and Quick Check Cards initiatives to improve frontline document checks and tackle document fraud, which facilitates serious crimes such as human trafficking and terrorism.
Speaking at the first joint INTERPOL-Frontex conference on border management as part of the enhanced cooperation between the two agencies, Portugal’s Minister of Home Affairs Eduardo Cabrita, said: “Fraudulent documents threaten national security and the free movement of persons. To fight this threat, the quality of identity and travel documents has to be raised even more, national systems of entry and exit have to be further developed and integrated, and international cooperation has to be strengthened.”
Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri said: “Document fraud is an enabler of terrorism and other types of organized crime such as trafficking in human beings and people smuggling. The effective control of travel and identity documents at borders is a fundamental component of internal security and successful migration management.”
INTERPOL’s enhanced partnership with Frontex falls within the framework of the world police body’s Border Management programme which sees effective border security as an essential part of combating transnational crime. https://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/News/2017/N2017-166
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#ASEAN2017: MANILA, Philippines – Some 24 million searches conducted against INTERPOL’s global criminal databases resulted in multiple hits after it deployed a team to support Philippine authorities during the 31st ASEAN Summit.
Once the INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) helped connect immigration officers at Manila International Airport to its global network via dedicated technology, travellers were systematically screened against INTERPOL’s databases to determine potential threats.
Hits against INTERPOL’s databases notably led to the arrest and return to the Netherlands of an individual wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice on charges which include rape, theft and growing cannabis.
An individual travelling with two stolen blank Iraqi passports was also detected amongst the 124 hits generated against INTERPOL’s database for stolen and lost travel documents.
Under the umbrella of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II, the IMEST was deployed to train and assist Philippine law enforcement agencies prepare, coordinate and implement security arrangements during the ASEAN Summit (12 – 14 November) attended by world leaders.
“Close cooperation between our law enforcement agencies and INTERPOL helped make the ASEAN Summit safe, especially in the area of border security and advance passenger checking. INTERPOL’s global network helped provide access to vital information on individuals coming in and out of the country,” saidCamilo Pancratius Cascolan, Director for Operations, Philippine National Police.
Conducted under the framework of the INTERPOL Integrated Border Management Task Force, the IMEST operation was coordinated and carried out by INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre and Capacity Building and Training Directorate, in liaison with its National Central Bureau in Manila. #aseansummit2017 #asean #INTERPOL #mbmprogramme #IMEST #asean50 #aseansummit #security #bordermanagement

#ASEAN2017: MANILA, Philippines – Some 24 million searches conducted against INTERPOL’s global criminal databases resulted in multiple hits after it deployed a team to support Philippine authorities during the 31st ASEAN Summit.
Once the INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) helped connect immigration officers at Manila International Airport to its global network via dedicated technology, travellers were systematically screened against INTERPOL’s databases to determine potential threats.
Hits against INTERPOL’s databases notably led to the arrest and return to the Netherlands of an individual wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice on charges which include rape, theft and growing cannabis.
An individual travelling with two stolen blank Iraqi passports was also detected amongst the 124 hits generated against INTERPOL’s database for stolen and lost travel documents.
Under the umbrella of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II, the IMEST was deployed to train and assist Philippine law enforcement agencies prepare, coordinate and implement security arrangements during the ASEAN Summit (12 – 14 November) attended by world leaders.
“Close cooperation between our law enforcement agencies and INTERPOL helped make the ASEAN Summit safe, especially in the area of border security and advance passenger checking. INTERPOL’s global network helped provide access to vital information on individuals coming in and out of the country,” saidCamilo Pancratius Cascolan, Director for Operations, Philippine National Police.
Conducted under the framework of the INTERPOL Integrated Border Management Task Force, the IMEST operation was coordinated and carried out by INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre and Capacity Building and Training Directorate, in liaison with its National Central Bureau in Manila. #aseansummit2017 #asean #INTERPOL #mbmprogramme #IMEST #asean50 #aseansummit #security #bordermanagement https://www.interpol.int/en/News-and-media/News/2017/N2017-163

#ASEAN2017: MANILA, Philippines – Some 24 million searches conducted against INTERPOL’s global criminal databases resulted in multiple hits after it deployed a team to support Philippine authorities during the 31st ASEAN Summit.
Once the INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) helped connect immigration officers at Manila International Airport to its global network via dedicated technology, travellers were systematically screened against INTERPOL’s databases to determine potential threats.
Hits against INTERPOL’s databases notably led to the arrest and return to the Netherlands of an individual wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice on charges which include rape, theft and growing cannabis.
An individual travelling with two stolen blank Iraqi passports was also detected amongst the 124 hits generated against INTERPOL’s database for stolen and lost travel documents.
Under the umbrella of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II, the IMEST was deployed to train and assist Philippine law enforcement agencies prepare, coordinate and implement security arrangements during the ASEAN Summit (12 – 14 November) attended by world leaders.
“Close cooperation between our law enforcement agencies and INTERPOL helped make the ASEAN Summit safe, especially in the area of border security and advance passenger checking. INTERPOL’s global network helped provide access to vital information on individuals coming in and out of the country,” saidCamilo Pancratius Cascolan, Director for Operations, Philippine National Police.
Conducted under the framework of the INTERPOL Integrated Border Management Task Force, the IMEST operation was coordinated and carried out by INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre and Capacity Building and Training Directorate, in liaison with its National Central Bureau in Manila. #aseansummit2017 #asean #INTERPOL #mbmprogramme #IMEST #asean50 #aseansummit #security #bordermanagement https://www.interpol.int/en/News-and-media/News/2017/N2017-163

#ASEAN2017: MANILA, Philippines – Some 24 million searches conducted against INTERPOL’s global criminal databases resulted in multiple hits after it deployed a team to support Philippine authorities during the 31st ASEAN Summit.
Once the INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) helped connect immigration officers at Manila International Airport to its global network via dedicated technology, travellers were systematically screened against INTERPOL’s databases to determine potential threats.
Hits against INTERPOL’s databases notably led to the arrest and return to the Netherlands of an individual wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice on charges which include rape, theft and growing cannabis.
An individual travelling with two stolen blank Iraqi passports was also detected amongst the 124 hits generated against INTERPOL’s database for stolen and lost travel documents.
Under the umbrella of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II, the IMEST was deployed to train and assist Philippine law enforcement agencies prepare, coordinate and implement security arrangements during the ASEAN Summit (12 – 14 November) attended by world leaders.
“Close cooperation between our law enforcement agencies and INTERPOL helped make the ASEAN Summit safe, especially in the area of border security and advance passenger checking. INTERPOL’s global network helped provide access to vital information on individuals coming in and out of the country,” saidCamilo Pancratius Cascolan, Director for Operations, Philippine National Police.
Conducted under the framework of the INTERPOL Integrated Border Management Task Force, the IMEST operation was coordinated and carried out by INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre and Capacity Building and Training Directorate, in liaison with its National Central Bureau in Manila. #aseansummit2017 #asean #INTERPOL #mbmprogramme #IMEST #asean50 #aseansummit #security #bordermanagement

#ASEAN2017: MANILA, Philippines – Some 24 million searches conducted against INTERPOL’s global criminal databases resulted in multiple hits after it deployed a team to support Philippine authorities during the 31st ASEAN Summit.
Once the INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) helped connect immigration officers at Manila International Airport to its global network via dedicated technology, travellers were systematically screened against INTERPOL’s databases to determine potential threats.
Hits against INTERPOL’s databases notably led to the arrest and return to the Netherlands of an individual wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice on charges which include rape, theft and growing cannabis.
An individual travelling with two stolen blank Iraqi passports was also detected amongst the 124 hits generated against INTERPOL’s database for stolen and lost travel documents.
Under the umbrella of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II, the IMEST was deployed to train and assist Philippine law enforcement agencies prepare, coordinate and implement security arrangements during the ASEAN Summit (12 – 14 November) attended by world leaders.
“Close cooperation between our law enforcement agencies and INTERPOL helped make the ASEAN Summit safe, especially in the area of border security and advance passenger checking. INTERPOL’s global network helped provide access to vital information on individuals coming in and out of the country,” saidCamilo Pancratius Cascolan, Director for Operations, Philippine National Police.
Conducted under the framework of the INTERPOL Integrated Border Management Task Force, the IMEST operation was coordinated and carried out by INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre and Capacity Building and Training Directorate, in liaison with its National Central Bureau in Manila. #aseansummit2017 #asean #INTERPOL #mbmprogramme #IMEST #asean50 #aseansummit #security #bordermanagement

#ASEAN2017: MANILA, Philippines – Some 24 million searches conducted against INTERPOL’s global criminal databases resulted in multiple hits after it deployed a team to support Philippine authorities during the 31st ASEAN Summit.
Once the INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) helped connect immigration officers at Manila International Airport to its global network via dedicated technology, travellers were systematically screened against INTERPOL’s databases to determine potential threats.
Hits against INTERPOL’s databases notably led to the arrest and return to the Netherlands of an individual wanted internationally under an INTERPOL Red Notice on charges which include rape, theft and growing cannabis.
An individual travelling with two stolen blank Iraqi passports was also detected amongst the 124 hits generated against INTERPOL’s database for stolen and lost travel documents.
Under the umbrella of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II, the IMEST was deployed to train and assist Philippine law enforcement agencies prepare, coordinate and implement security arrangements during the ASEAN Summit (12 – 14 November) attended by world leaders.
“Close cooperation between our law enforcement agencies and INTERPOL helped make the ASEAN Summit safe, especially in the area of border security and advance passenger checking. INTERPOL’s global network helped provide access to vital information on individuals coming in and out of the country,” saidCamilo Pancratius Cascolan, Director for Operations, Philippine National Police.
Conducted under the framework of the INTERPOL Integrated Border Management Task Force, the IMEST operation was coordinated and carried out by INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Centre and Capacity Building and Training Directorate, in liaison with its National Central Bureau in Manila. #aseansummit2017 #asean #INTERPOL #mbmprogramme #IMEST #asean50 #aseansummit #security #bordermanagement

SEMARANG, Indonesia – Enhancing #bordersecurity across #SoutheastAsia is the focus of #INTERPOL's Train-the-Trainer Integrated #BorderManagement Operational Training course being held under the framework of the #EU-#ASEAN #Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), the 12-day (4 – 15 September) course on integrated border management aims to strengthen the capacity of countries in the region to address a range of crimes tied to #bordersecurity, including illegal immigration and #peoplesmuggling, using INTERPOL's global policing capabilities. These include its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database. #MBMprogramme #INTERPOL #JCLEC #INTERPOLTraining

SEMARANG, Indonesia – Enhancing #bordersecurity across #SoutheastAsia is the focus of #INTERPOL's Train-the-Trainer Integrated #BorderManagement Operational Training course being held under the framework of the #EU-#ASEAN #Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), the 12-day (4 – 15 September) course on integrated border management aims to strengthen the capacity of countries in the region to address a range of crimes tied to #bordersecurity, including illegal immigration and #peoplesmuggling, using INTERPOL's global policing capabilities. These include its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database. #MBMprogramme #INTERPOL #JCLEC #INTERPOLTraining

SEMARANG, Indonesia – Enhancing #bordersecurity across #SoutheastAsia is the focus of #INTERPOL's Train-the-Trainer Integrated #BorderManagement Operational Training course being held under the framework of the #EU-#ASEAN #Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), the 12-day (4 – 15 September) course on integrated border management aims to strengthen the capacity of countries in the region to address a range of crimes tied to #bordersecurity, including illegal immigration and #peoplesmuggling, using INTERPOL's global policing capabilities. These include its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database. #MBMprogramme #INTERPOL #JCLEC #INTERPOLTraining

SEMARANG, Indonesia – Enhancing #bordersecurity across #SoutheastAsia is the focus of #INTERPOL's Train-the-Trainer Integrated #BorderManagement Operational Training course being held under the framework of the #EU-#ASEAN #Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), the 12-day (4 – 15 September) course on integrated border management aims to strengthen the capacity of countries in the region to address a range of crimes tied to #bordersecurity, including illegal immigration and #peoplesmuggling, using INTERPOL's global policing capabilities. These include its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database. #MBMprogramme #INTERPOL #JCLEC #INTERPOLTraining

SEMARANG, Indonesia – Enhancing #bordersecurity across #SoutheastAsia is the focus of #INTERPOL's Train-the-Trainer Integrated #BorderManagement Operational Training course being held under the framework of the #EU-#ASEAN #Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), the 12-day (4 – 15 September) course on integrated border management aims to strengthen the capacity of countries in the region to address a range of crimes tied to #bordersecurity, including illegal immigration and #peoplesmuggling, using INTERPOL's global policing capabilities. These include its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database. #MBMprogramme #INTERPOL #JCLEC #INTERPOLTraining

SEMARANG, Indonesia – Enhancing #bordersecurity across #SoutheastAsia is the focus of #INTERPOL's Train-the-Trainer Integrated #BorderManagement Operational Training course being held under the framework of the #EU-#ASEAN #Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC), the 12-day (4 – 15 September) course on integrated border management aims to strengthen the capacity of countries in the region to address a range of crimes tied to #bordersecurity, including illegal immigration and #peoplesmuggling, using INTERPOL's global policing capabilities. These include its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database. #MBMprogramme #INTERPOL #JCLEC #INTERPOLTraining

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