Displacement in the Time of Corona: Life fragments of IDPs in Mali and Niger, among intercommunal violence and armed groups proliferation

(C) Nicolas Réméné

In the West, much is being written about the spread of the coronavirus. During the last months, we visited refugees and IDPs camps in Mali and Niger to witness the conditions they live in, and broaden the reflection on how these marginal places, forgotten in their invisibility, exist in States that are increasingly controlling their populations, and what could be the

Field, Mali, Niger, Bamako, refugees, IDP, coronavirus, jihadists

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