2019-04-6 17:00:00 2019-04-6 18:00:00 Europe/Rome A slew of accusations has hit NGOs recently, especially those saving lives in the Mediterranean; "sea taxis", "the party is over", "stop the business of immigration", "stop invasion", "no to ethnic substitution" and so on. So what drives a man to embark on a humanitarian mission, to become a ship-owner and set out to save those who, fleeing from war and other calamities, seek survival and hope? An interview by Corrado Formigli of Oscar Camps, founder and director of the NGO Open Arms. Sala dei Notari, Palazzo dei Priori - Perugia

A slew of accusations has hit NGOs recently, especially those saving lives in the Mediterranean; "sea taxis", "the party is over", "stop the business of immigration", "stop invasion", "no to ethnic substitution" and so on. So what drives a man to embark on a humanitarian mission, to become a ship-owner and set out to save those who, fleeing from war and other calamities, seek survival and hope? An interview by Corrado Formigli of Oscar Camps, founder and director of the NGO Open Arms.