Two imperatives: saving lives and fighting human traffickers


Finished – so to speak – the absurd accusations against non-governmental organizations (NGOs) of being too present at sea and therefore saving too many lives, of appearing to be accomplices of human traffickers, of preventing investigations into organized crime, there are perhaps the conditions for trying to serenely face the problem for what it is, without cloying political propaganda and easy passing of the buck but valuing, as far as possible, the complementarity between public and private in the face of the complexity of migration issues.