What do you see as some of the challenges that we will face in global marketing in the years to come? After reviewing this week’s resources and your research, in your own words identify and explain two challenges facing global marketing leaders. Explain the impact and provide at least one strategy to address and tackle each challenge identified.
are “exposed to arbitrary arrest and abduction by militias and are regularly the victims of human trafficking and abuses by criminal groups.” The Libyan General Directorate for Combatting Illegal Migration (DCIM) is known to continuously perform unlawful systemic detentions of thousands of migrants. The inhumane conditions and violations undertaken in detention centres are well-documented and include exploitation, forced labour, shortages of basic necessities, medical treatment but also torture, kidnapping and rape mainly for extortion. Some detention centres are located in areas of fighting, putting the migrants directly at risk as was shown by the July 2019 Tajoura migrant centre airstrike. These detention centres are mainly populated by migrants intercepted at sea by the Libyan Coast Guard. The EU and particularly Italy’s continued support of Libya’s maritime activities which directly promotes detention practices needs to be reassessed. Lastly, smuggling and trafficking are central concerns of migration in Libya. While under the UNTOC protocols these are very distinct (i.e. the intent of the perpetrator and the migrant’s consent), in Libya their line has been increasingly blurred, as smuggling can be choreographed as a first phase towards eventual exploitation and trafficking. Under Gaddaffi, as part of a social contract, smuggling networks were overlooked in exchange of political loyalty and revenue share. Since 2014 these practices gained in importance as the internal environment allows for more overt smuggling and as militias battle over power and territorial control, and hence need financial resources. In the communities living near the Mediterranean and the southern border of Libya, smuggling has become the most, if not the sole profitable business. Smuggling of human beings, in fact, is an important source of revenue towards the illicit economy as, with the help of middlemen, smugglers ask migrants to pay for their travels, for additional fees through forced labour and some are kidnapped and left in detention centres with ransoms being the only way out. Migrants are also often used to trade goods. When it comes to trafficking, migrants caught by the Li>GET ANSWER