Gregory Nasmyth was educated at St David’s University College, Lampeter. While reading Environmental Studies, Greg first became concerned about green issues. For many years, Greg worked as a journalist covering a broad range of topics. He supports environmental and progressive causes in the UK and around the world,...

On 30 August 2014, our two-year anniversary, MOAS called for the creation of safe and legal routes as our crews continued to witness the horrors of the humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean. Since then, the need for safe and regular alternatives to the sea crossing...

As an organisation, we feel a responsibility to act as a window through which the world may witness the otherwise inaccessible phenomenon of maritime migration. To do this effectively we have always hosted independent journalists on board our rescue vessels, who are then able to...

As an organisation, we feel a responsibility to act as a window through which the world may witness the otherwise inaccessible phenomenon of maritime migration. To do this effectively we have always hosted independent journalists on board our rescue vessels, who are then able to...

International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking Today is the first International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking, a day in which we remember the victims and survivors of a crime that the UN has identified globally as ‘the fastest growing...

Jasmine & Khaija, Yousef, Appy and Mohamed are just few of the over 33,000 men, women and children that MOAS has rescued and met on our ships in the last two and a half years. They are human beings, just like us; each of them...

As an organisation, we feel a responsibility to act as a window through which the world may witness the otherwise inaccessible phenomenon of maritime migration. To do this effectively we have always hosted independent journalists on board our rescue vessels, who are then able to...

Lamin, Rojee & Oljana, Bienvenue and Fatima are just few of the over 33,000 men, women and children that MOAS has rescued and met on our ships in the last two and a half years. They are human beings, just like us; each of them...

2016 has been a year of both great challenges and achievements for the MOAS team and crews. As the humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean continued, 2016 became the deadliest year for the sea crossing on record. We have witnessed smuggling practices become ever more dangerous and the...

In this blog series, we have pulled together four series of photographs that reflect different aspects of our search and rescue missions. Most of the people who we rescue have been travelling for months on extremely dangerous journeys. Once in Libya, they face indentured labour...