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The socio-political construction of the Central Mediterranean space between politics and humanitarian practices: the role of NGOs and European migration policies
Since 2014, the involvement of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Search and Rescue (SAR) activities has been gradually changing and reshaping the socio-political scene in the Central Mediterranean (Cuttitta, 2018). European migration policies, on one hand, and NGOs' humanitarian action, on the other, have contributed to a double redefinition of the Central Mediterranean space, as both a place of exclusion and hospitality, where state sovereignty and the need to respect human rightsdoi:10.13135/2611-853x/5305 fatcat:lgj7qidetrhg3dhnavszt7teiq