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International Human Rights Law and Time-Space at Sea: A Rhythmanalysis of Prosecuting Search and Rescue

Dakka, Fadia and Davitti, Daria LU (2021) In Human Rights Law in Perspective
Abstract
This chapter draws on Lefebvre’s Rhythmanalysis and Production of Space as conceptual, political and metaphorical reservoirs to examine the way in which international protection provisions, as enshrined in international human rights law, are challenged and undermined by current EU migration policies of migration deterrence and containment. In the context of socio-spatial practice, Rhythmanalysis focuses on bodies in space and on their patterns of activities and movements, emphasizing the co-existence and co-production of the spatial and the social, of time and space and of place and space in the analysis of the everyday.
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Human rights, Public international law, Mänskliga rättigheter, Folkrätt
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The Times and Temporalities of International Human Rights
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Human Rights Law in Perspective
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McNeilly, Kathryn and Warwick, Ben
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Hart Publishing Ltd
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English
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  series       = {Human Rights Law in Perspective},
  title        = {International Human Rights Law and Time-Space at Sea: A Rhythmanalysis of Prosecuting Search and Rescue},
  year         = {2021},
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