Le Niger, espace d'émigration et de transit vers le sud et le nord du Sahara : rôle et comportement des acteurs, recompositions spatiales et transformations socio-économiques

Abstract : The migratory space of Niger is marked by the durability of circular migrations and this space’s assertion like a transit place between the north and the south of the Sahara. A global approach of spatial mobilities in the transit cities (Niamey and Agadez) and in a departure region of circular migrants (region of Tahoua) enabled to show how international migrations are social and economic resources for these spaces. In departure regions, a dependence relation appears between those who travel and those who stay: circular migrations occupy a part of working force surplus and they provide for local spaces. In transit cities, the migrants’ stay is an uncertain resource; it depends on the migratory route’s durability.
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Florence Boyer, Mounkaila Harouna, Amadou Boureima. Le Niger, espace d'émigration et de transit vers le sud et le nord du Sahara : rôle et comportement des acteurs, recompositions spatiales et transformations socio-économiques. [Research Report] Université Abdou Moumouni; Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD). 2009. ⟨ird-01497790⟩

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