From Nigeria to Europe: Trafficking of Nigerian Women and the Shock of the 21st Century

· Exceller Books

About this ebook

This work critically looks into the EU – Nigeria migration policy and how it has been able to intervene against the trafficking of Nigerian women especially since the epoch of the 2015 migration crisis. This goes a long way to examine the EU Agenda on Migration. This work is supported with theories which serve as the determinants of what exposes an individual to embark on such perilous journey. It assesses the approach adopted by the EU in the addition with the role played by the Nigeria’s Governance Institutions.

About the author

Nnaemeka Kevin Umenzeakor was born in the city of Onitsha in Anambra State of Nigeria. His family's ancestral village is in Abatete in Anambra State. He received a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Anambra State University (now Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University), Nigeria with Second Class (Upper Division) in 2012. His work experience cut across research, teaching, consulting and management. In 2020, he completed a Master's degree in European Studies at  Europa-Universität Flensburg, Germany with overall good grade.

His academic interests are Law, Policy, Governance, Human Rights, Development Studies, African Studies, Migration, European Studies and Global Affairs.

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