Entries by Sea-Eye

The dead have a name – and a face

At the beginning of April, twelve people died while fleeing across the Mediterranean. We show their faces to remind us of their fate. Meanwhile, the suspicion is growing that the Maltese Government is partly responsible for the death of these young people.

Odyssey of the ALAN KURDI rescue ship ends

At last! After 12 days all rescued people could leave ALAN KURDI. Friday afternoon they were transferred to an Italian ship for quarantine. During this mission, Sea-Eye experienced not only strong political headwind but also unprecedented solidarity.

Dozens Suspected Drowned At Sea

The situation on the ALAN KURDI remains bad for the people saved. Our on-board doctor documents signs of torture from incarceration in Libyan camps. At least, there is now a proposal for a solution for the ALAN KURDI.