As a dialogue meeting, this event aims to bring together international and local civil society organizations, practitioners, and researchers who are working on issues related to the criminalization of assistance, in particular search and rescue, and judicial accountability for human rights violations occurring as a result of policies of deterrence and securitisation. Itis based on the work ofthe Research Social Platform on Migration and Asylum (ReSOMA) that aims to provide ready-to-use evidence on policy, policy perceptions and policy options on migration, asylum, and integration at the EUlevel.
The event is organized together with the Association for Judicial Studies on Immigration, ASGI, and Migration and Citizenship Law Clinic of Rome Tre University. It is designed as two interactive panels that will be attended by invited participants. Speakers from migrant organizations, academia, and think tanks will share their first-hand experiences and legal argumentation on matters that concern criminalization of search and rescue and human rights litigation in the Mediterranean.
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