In the last years, the increase of the migration flows in the Central Mediterranean route has challenged the Italian asylum and reception system. In line with the Dublin regulation, Italy had to set up an emergency response to the mixed migration flows, including human trafficking victims, unaccompanied minors and asylum seekers. Among the several identified vulnerable categories, paramount attention has been given to the increase of Nigerian women arriving in Italy. In 2016, IOM (2017) has identified a total of 8.277 potential human trafficking victims out of the 11.009 Nigerian women that arrived in 2016. However, the intersectional categories of asylum seeker and human trafficking victim have challenged the protection path of these women, especially when collocated in an emergency and standardized reception system (Campomori 2016). In such scenario, this paper focuses on the following relevant issues: 1) the identification of Nigerian human trafficking victims in the asylum system; 2) the response of the anti-trafficking system and the collaboration with the reception system for asylum seekers who are victims of trafficking.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Migrazioni Forzate e diritti disattesi. Lo sguardo di genere sui bisogni di frontiera|
|Numero di pagine||24|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2021|
|Nome||GENERI E SOCIETÀ. IDENTITÀ ORIENTAMENTI LINGUAGGI|