With Egypt experiencing its worst economic crisis in decades, thousands of young Egyptians are willing to risk their lives by boarding rickety boats bound for Europe. At the end of September, a fishing boat capsized a few dozen kilometres off the coast and over 160 people died, most of them minors. Our journalists went to Rosetta, on the Mediterranean coast, to meet these young would-be migrants.
A programme prepared by Jessica Sestili and Elom Marcel Toble
PhD student, Sciences Po Paris