‘My Fourth Time We Drowned’: The rights of migrants to safety and security

My Fourth Time We Drowned, by award-winning Irish journalist Sally Hayden, illuminates the pivotal human rights concern of our times: the rights of refugees and migrants to safety and security.

Hayden’s reporting from 2018 to 2021 has been used in human rights reports, to support planned litigation, and in a submission to the International Criminal Court calling for EU officials to be charged with crimes against humanity. 

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Melody Emmett
Melody Emmett is an independent researcher, writer, editor and workshop facilitator.

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