The border of Ceuta, called by some analysts as “a frontier of frontiers”, makes the city a migratory stage unique and hardly comparable with other regions not only at European level, but even worldwide. The peculiarity of this phenomenon makes it an object of study attractant for the social sciences. Despite this, found a few texts that inquire about this reality, and existing ones are based primarily on sub-Saharan and Asian immigration. Few data and analysis we find on the movement of people from Morocco. The present study aims to move closer to the reality of many Moroccan women who see the vehicle to improve their lives, women who subsist between legality and “illegality” in the city of Ceuta.


Center Advisor of the women of the city autonomous of Ceuta

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