Livio Amigoni is PhD candidate at the Social Science Department (DISFOR), curriculum Migration and Intercultural Relations, of the University of Genoa. He is actually developing an ethnographic work on Sudanese forced migration focusing on factors driving high-risk migration pathway and support networks to the journeys. He is part of the solidarity network Progetto20K active since 2016 in the Ventimiglia border area and in the project Eufemia Info&Legal Point.
Refugee Rights Europe. (2019). At the Western Doorstep. Highliting the human rights violations experienced by refugees and displaced people arriving in Europe through the western mediterranean route. RRE. London. (https://refugee-rights.eu/).
Amigoni L. (2020). Passage(s) et Passeur(s). in Amigoni, Bonnin, Gastaut, Giliberti, Lerolle, Pesselier, Potot, Selek, Trucco & Vergnano. Le manège des frontières Criminalisation des migrations et solidarités dans les Alpes-Maritimes, ObsMigAM. Bibliothèque des frontières. Paris.
Amigoni L., Molinero C., Vergnano C. (2021). Smugglers and Smuggled Migrants. Amid Sudanese Passeurs in the Border Regime of Ventimiglia. in Amigoni, Aru, Bonnin, Proglio & Vergnano. Debordering Europe. Migration and Controls across the Ventimiglia Region, Palgrave Macmillan, London.