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Tuesday, December 13, 2016


2016 has been the deadliest year along the refugee route across the Mediterranean Sea. Thousands of people have drowned on their journey from Africa to Europe in hope for a future in peace and safety.

The social enterprise Humany Tee and the NGO Jugend Rettet have now joined forces to support the cause. Through their powerful campaign EVERY SHIRT MATTERS they seek to help people in distress, to pressure for legal and safe entry routes for refugees. Furthermore, we hope our campaign keeps the debate about the “refugee crisis” among civil society and policy makers alive and is one puzzle piece in shaping a better and peaceful future.

The campaign EVERY SHIRT MATTERS tells “A True Short (Shirt) Story.” It is a story about a small boat and its dramatic journey from Africa across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe in search of a better future. 

This is a story that needs to be told. This is a story that needs to be listened to. This is a story that needs to be changed. 

Humany Tee is a social enterprise based on the belief in a world where people don‘t mess things up, a place where we live in respect for one another, united in our shared humanity. Their T-Shirts with a simple and aesthetic design and a clear message, Humany Tee calls attention to our shared humanity and use their profit to support Jugend Rettet.

Jugend Rettet is an organization of young adults who bought and restored a ship. With this ship, IUVENTA, they have been conducting sea rescue missions for refugees in distress on the Mediterranean Sea.

If you have any questions and would like to get more information, please do get in touch with us.


  1. God should continue to help all who cross the red sea, i pray this initiatives help refugees

  2. Though it's a nice initiative, but I don't think the European union policy makers will listen to the part where they are asking for a safe entrance to European countries!

    The European Union has policies, they want to protect their continent from African refugees. They have shown us a clear picture that they don't want African refugees anymore. They even went as far as signing an agreement with African leaders, the latter agreed on keeping their people off their continent.

    Why can't African government build a nation that its people will not wish to move from, why can't they live up to the promises they made while campaigning, why can't they provide unlimited basic amenities to the general masses? Why do we have to travel out of our countries only because of greener pastures?
    These organizations aims should be holding the government responsible for every Africans that has been loss through the Mediterranean sea.
    They should try and see to it that good life is made available and accessible to all, not to a few.

  3. God help oour brothers and sisters,who against all odds,decide to cross through the Mediterranean Sea.

  4. Ok.

    But why do people still risk their life and cross the sea?


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