- Western Mediterranean (Morocco – Spain)
- Central Mediterranean (Libya, Tunisia – Italy, Malta)
- Aegean Sea (Turkey – Greece)
Our intention is neither to deter people from attempting to cross, nor to encourage them, but rather to provide objective information and to share experiences about risks, rights, and vital safety measures to take at sea.
For twenty years, the EU has been denying visas to most applicants. Many of them wish to emigrate anyway and attempt to cross the sea clandestinely. This crossing constitutes an offence and is very dangerous.
This newly produced video (Summer 2021) contains information about the deteriorating conditions of sea crossing in the Central Mediterranean Sea. In this clip, we explain what specific precautions can be taken, such as having a Thuraya satellite phone on board or checking the weather forecast.
As we say in the beginning of the clips: Please always keep in mind that this information might save your life, but it will not make your journey less dangerous!
The Alarm Phone fights for freedom of movement, for the right to escape and for safe passages so that people can migrate without risking their lives!
You are welcome to spread this information to people who might need it.