This thesis is about the impact of Egyptian national laws on the protection of African migrants and refugees. Egypt has been considered a transit country for African migrants and refugees fleeing their countries toward European countries or Israel in the past due to its specific geographic location. For that reason, Egypt is considered one of the essential parts of the trafficking process in the middle east. For that reason, it is essential to study and explore how the Egyptian government is controlling and governing the trafficking of persons. In addition, it is important to understand its institutional setup and framework to adhere to the international frameworks against this crime. Moreover, the role of non-Governmental organizations, Civil Society, and United Nations organizations in implementing and governing the Egyptian national law for the victim of trafficking on its territory.


School of Global Affairs and Public Policy


Center for Migration and Refugee Studies

Degree Name

MA in Migration & Refugee Studies

Graduation Date

Fall 2-15-2023

Submission Date


First Advisor

Ibrahim Awad

Committee Member 1

Ibrahim Awad

Committee Member 2

Gerda Heck

Committee Member 3

Jason beckett


150 P.

Document Type

Master's Thesis

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