The Report illustrates the findings of a wide profiling exercise started in 2017 and ended in the first months of 2018. The survey was carried out by CeSPI in collaboration with UNHCR, with more than 1000 interviews to asylum seekers from Sudan, Guinea and Eritrea hosted in Reception centres in Latium amd Lombardy or in informal settlements.

The profiling exercise was undertaken to gain a better understanding of the social, economic and demographic features of aylum seekers and of the reasons why people decide to leave, collecting detailed data also on migration routes, on available information both before and during the journey, and on risks faced.

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