05.06.2019 um 18:30 in Leipzig, Eisenbahnstraße 176-182, 04315 Leipzig, Deutschland DönerHausen for Rescue at Sea

We make delicious self-filled kebab with various sauces and aubergine Saitan from the pan.
As a fresh summer drink we offer a Soli-Cocktail with and without alcohol.
All income goes to sea rescue.
When the weather is nice, you can enjoy the garden with campfire.

After the meal there is a lecture about sea rescue in the back house.

approx. 20:00 Lecture

The crisis in the Mediterranean is far from over. The route from North Africa to Southern Europe is still the deadliest border in the world. While the number of people arriving in Europe is falling – due to EU border security measures reaching deep into the African continent – the death rate in the Mediterranean is rising. In 2018, one in six people died trying to cross the sea. At the beginning of 2019, this rate rose to one in four people.

What happens there is neither an “accident” nor a “refugee crisis” – it is cold, targeted, politically motivated dying.

Emily and Neeske talk about their work in Sea-Watch’s Airborne Department and offer an insight into the current situation in the central Mediterranean and the necessary, but increasingly difficult to impossible work of the sea rescue organisations.
We are looking forward to seeing you!

** This is an event of Sea Watch and the Leipziger Seebrücke at SchönerHausen**