Open Arms

Image shared by Oscar Camps on Twitter of the rescue carried out by Open Arms.

Six people have died as a result of the shipwreck of a small boat in the Central Mediterranean, one of them a six-month-old baby, who had been urgently evacuated by the ship of the Badalona-based NGO.

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Òscar Camps, in a photogram of the film.

Paula Palacios, the film’s director, joins the NGO on a tough mission to tell a story about life and death on the deadliest migratory route on the planet.

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'Blue. What hides the horizon?' it’s a book for kids and adults.

‘Blue. What hides the horizon?’ is written both in Catalan and English and all the benefits go to the Spanish NGO Open Arms.

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The NGO have invested in small and continued repairs.

With the efforts of the NGO in danger, the founder, Òscar Camps, asks for help in order to face a definitive repair of the boat or to be able to buy a new one. Two economically unbearable situations in the current context.

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Open Arms ship rescuing  refugees in the Mediterranean Sea

Proactiva Open Arms has rescued more than 27.000 stranded migrants in Mediterranean Sea since 2016.

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The Open Arms is one of these three rescue organisations which are joining efforts through the alliance #United4Med.

The three rescue organisations have created an alliance to rescue people out at sea, after the obstacles and criminalisation they have faced.

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