Abused and Expelled
Ill-treatment of Sub-Saharan African Migrants in MoroccoPaperback - 2014
"This 79-page report found that beatings and other abuses occurred as Moroccan security forces took custody of Sub-Saharan migrants who had tried unsuccessfully to reach the Spanish enclave of Melilla, or--prior to September 2013--as they were rounding up migrants without any semblance of due process to expel them to Algeria. Subsequent to the publication and printing of this report, the practice of summarily expelling migrants at the border with Algeria appears to have stopped. However, research in late January and early February 2014 in Oujda, Nador, and Rabat indicates that Moroccan security forces are still using violence against migrants expelled from Melilla."--Publisher's website.
Publisher: [New York, NY ] : Human Rights Watch, 2014
Branch Call Number: JV8978 .S35 2014x
Characteristics: 72, 7 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm
Uniform Title: Ill-treatment of Sub-Saharan African migrants in Morocco