Anomalous Investigation in Italy

Mario Draghi lands in Libya on 6 April in his first official trip as prime minister, while in Italy the case of journalists intercepted in the judicial enquiry into the Iuventa, the ship used by the German NGO Jugend Rettet to rescue migrants in the[…]

The Big Wall

An ActionAid investigation into how Italy tried to stop migration from Africa, using EU funds, and how much money it spent                     There are satellites, drones, ships, cooperation projects, police posts, repatriation flights, training centers. They[…]

Crimes against Humanity in the Aegean

Following the Legal Centre Lesvos’ first report, the present report is based on evidence shared by over fifty survivors of collective expulsions, and underscores the widespread, systematic and violent nature of this attackagainst migrants. Beyond being egregious violations of international, European and national human rights[…]

Libya: The Torture Factory

Medici per i dritti humani published a report „The Torture Factory“ on March 17, 2020 that raises concern over the human rights violations against migrants and refugees in Libya. The report draws on over  3 000 testimonies of migrants that passed through Libya prior to[…]

Remote Control: EU-Libya

Key Findings: 1. EU aerial assets are deployed to detect migrant boats from the air and guide the so-called Libyan Coast Guard to the locations of escaping boats. 2. Aerial surveillance has led to the capture of tens of thousands of people and their return[…]

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