There are thousands of people on the flight who cross the Mediterranean and a lot of them die every day. Politics seem to accept that this is part of the cruel day to day reality – kind of natural. How could one do something about it?
I heard that a few people came up with most simple answer one could imagine – it just struck me while being under the shower and listening to this interview: Boating out there to assist people in distress and save as many as possible made so much sense to me. I knew right at that moment I had to be part of it. Let me tell you about my experiences with Sea Watch. Safe passage now!

Dr. Frank Dörner studied human medicine at the Free University of Berlin.Today he works as a General Practitioner in Berlin Wedding and teaches Humanitarian Medicine in a private university. For 18 years he has been strongly engaged in humanitarian action on different levels.