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Title: Victims without justice, graves without names, policies that kill
Other Titles: Free the El Hiblu 3
Authors: DeBono, Daniela
Mainwaring, Ċetta
Keywords: Solidarity -- Mediterranean Region
Mediterranean Region -- Emigration and immigration
Non-governmental organizations -- Mediterranean Region
Search and rescue aircraft -- Mediterranean Region
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Free the El Hiblu 3 Campaign
Citation: DeBono, D., & Mainwaring, C. (2022). Victims without justice, graves without names, policies that kill. In Free the El Hiblu 3 (pp. 2-5). Free the El Hiblu 3 Campaign.
Abstract: On a sunny Sunday morning in early February 2022, people gathered in Gardjola Gardens at the tip of lsla's peninsula, perched high above Malta's Grand Harbour. They came to commemorate the dead, the missing and the forcibly disappeared in one of the world's deadliest border regions - as others similarly gathered in protest and mourning around the world on that Global Day of CommemorAction. In 2021, 1,972 people died in the Mediterranean, adding to the death toll of at least 23,000 people in the last decade- official statistics that remain gross underestimates.
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