Jean-Claude Junker, Matteo Salvini, Joseph Muscat, Emmanuel Macron, and Pedro Sànchez
Live up to your responsibilities under international law (and as human beings): grant safe port and disembarkation for those on board search and rescue vessels in European waters; and, stop the criminalisation of those offering them assistance.
Why is this important?
This is urgent: 121 people, including 32 children, are stranded at sea. Malta and Italy, the nearest countries, have refused to let them dock.
After 8 days at sea in the sweltering heat, the conditions on the boat are becoming unbearable. The Spanish organisation, Open Arms, who owns the ship has issued a desperate call to European leaders to let them dock - they’re quickly running out of fuel and supplies. 
Let’s stand in solidarity with them and show our leaders that Europe’s arms are open!
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There is still more you can do!
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