(c) Pavel D. Vitko & sea-eye.org

Arrival and Life After: Refuge Worldwide x Sea-Eye present an evening of solidarity

Saturday, 2nd July, 18:00-01:00 at Wolf Kino and Oona Bar.

By Staff

Sea-Eye is a non-profit and civil sea rescue organisation that was founded in Germany in 2015.

The group operates rescue missions in the Mediterranean Sea, searching for people in distress along the world’s deadliest migration route.

In collaboration with Refuge Worldwide, the series Solidarity Without Borders will come to an end with the event ‘Arrival and Life After’. Join us for a screening of the documentary Route 4 at Wolf Kino, after which you're invited to Oona Bar just around the corner for a panel discussion hosted by Sea-Eye members. The discussion will also feature a number of special guests who will share their first-hand experiences as new arrivals in Germany. 

Stick around after the discussion for live music as well as a small bake sale to raise funds for the continued efforts of Sea-Eye.

Programme details: 

6-7pm: Documentary screening: Route 4 at Wolf Kino 

7-8pm: Welcome drinks & bake sale at Oona with  Julia Jazz 

8-9pm: Panel discussion

9-10pm: Khadija

10-11pm Michel Cédric (Live)  

11-12pm DJ MWA

12-1am: Dominik Szczepaniak

For more about Sea-Eye and their mission, check out their website.

Photo by Pavel D. Vitko.