Global trafficking networks continue to hinder Libya’s recovery

The International Organization for Migration (IOM)said that smuggling and human trafficking networks have developed to great extents over the past years in Libya.

In its “Global Migration 2024” report, the organization pointed to the documentation of several human rights violations in Libya, including beatings, torture, and forced labor, in addition to gender-based violence.

The IOM confirmed that more than 20,000 irregular migrants lost their lives along the Central Mediterranean Road between 2014 and 2022, which is the deadliest route globally.


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