The superyacht millionaires who launched a migrant rescue mission
Malta-based Christopher and Regina Catrambrone were so moved by the plight of migrants crossing the Mediterranean, they set up their own aid organisation.
In the politics of migration, refugees are either demonised as intruders or celebrated for their success. But how does this distinction of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ refugees shape policies and perceptions? And what is the effect on those who are defined by it?