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"Where danger cannot be conquered, flight is victory - and I escaped."   
Johann Gottfried Seume (German writer 1763-1810)

"I know well from whom to flee, but not to whom."

Grischa Eichfuss​

Philosopher & environmental activist​

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  • human rights

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  • understanding

Basics of human migration

Introduction and overview

DThe EU provides refugee ships at several safe ports in Africa, which commute twice a day. A ship will also be made available in Alexandroupolis, Greece, for refugees who arrive in Greece via the Turkish land route. The EU tells the migrants via app when dithese ships sail.


The way to the ships is via various security corridors through Afrika guarded by AU and UN soldiers. receive refugeesn regular food, water and safe sleeppossibilities in tents. Everyone has a right to board this ship. The only requirement is registration at checkpoints when entering the escape corridor. The ships take the refugees to uninhabited islands bought or created by the EU, where they apply for asylum; A decision must be made on this within twelve months.

Help and support for a safe and humane escape route. Supply of water & food





Instead of stopping refugees with death and violence, we want everyone who has to leave their homes to be able to flee safely and with their human dignity preserved. Therefore we demand 5km-10km wide escape corridors.

These corridors can only be accessed via several heavily guarded control stations along the cordons. The refugees are registered and receive an ID card with a barcode. On the way, UN and AU (African Union) soldiers guard the refugee route. Guarded aid stations are set up where the refugees receive food and water upon presentation of their issued ID. In addition, guarded dormitories are set up for registered refugees.

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Persons entitled to asylum are assigned to an EU country. For 10 years, they are not allowed to enter any other EU country.





The refugees are distributed according to EU country quotas. Theeven distributionof refugees is crucial for peace in Europe and for solving the refugee problem.


We unequivocally approve of the integration. It brings people together and is invigorating - up to a certain point. Too many refugees concentrated in one country disrupt social peace. so muchSave the world - join us  is a friend of equality, but one must also appreciate the diversity and uniqueness of cultures. All cultures, religions and races are absolutely equal. I therefore abhor any kind of discrimination and racism, to be very clear here.


But I also say that these very different socializations, values, beliefs, ideas, views and lifestyles of cultures lead to immense social tensions,when the number of refugees in relation to the population of the country receiving them becomes too high


Each country must accept a maximum of five percent of those entitled to asylum in relation to its population.

With an EU population of currently 447 million, the EU could22.3 million refugees protection and asyluml grant.




All EU member states receive €10,000 from Brussels for each asylum seeker they receive. The prerequisite for this, however, is that the country reaches its maximum refugee quota of 5%.

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Humane accommodation in social housing. Training, language, work and integration offers






Registered refugees reach safe havens via escape corridors. There they go after a social selection process (weak first) on board large EU refugee ships. These take them to uninhabited islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The EU should lease or buy many Greek islands and build artificial islands itself.


The refugees apply for asylum there with the support of social workers. About this oneMUST .to be decided within 1 year. The refugees remain on the island until a decision is made.

Refugees become refugees upon approval of asylumimmediatelybrought to the corresponding EU country.




If rejected, they willimmediatelyto the port of origin, from where, escorted by soldiers, they are directed through the corridor to the checkpoints of their choice. From there, refugees can return to their homeland. People who are threatened with life and limb there can alternatively be accommodated in repatriation camps. After a waiting period of 5 years, every refugee has another chance to apply for asylum via the corridor and island.




Accommodation for refugees must be humane and friendly at all times. People should be integrated into social structures. The island should be a home for them during their stay, a place where they can live in decent circumstances and not just vegetate


Urban planners are building settlements with green spaces, football pitches, doctor's offices, hairdressers' and launderettes, and cafeterias. Accommodation is in simple, small social housing units with heating, sanitary facilities, cooking facilities, running water, and showers.

Refugees receive discount stamps with which they can buy basic food, cleaning supplies, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sanitary towels and detergents in a supermarket. 


Refugees should be prepared for life in Europe on the island. Various offers are made to them.


  1. Work and employment  for €1 a day such as cleaning, sewing, repair and field work.

  2. start of vocational training

  3. Language courses in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish or Polish

The more integration preparations the refugees take part in, the higher the number of points their asylum application gets


Asylum seekers should find out what opportunities life in the EU offers. They should learn what duties and expectations they have to fulfill.


This includes complying with rules and European values. Asylum seekers should already learn on the islands that diligence and commitment are rewarded, whereas laziness and antisocial behavior are sanctioned by European societies. 


In order to get used to European ideas of cleanliness and order, residents of the settlements are obliged to keep apartments, facilities and parks clean. Vandalism, graffiti, dirt, stench and mold must not occur.


Major damage in the apartments must be reported to the caretaker immediately. Repeated violations of the above rules lead to rejection of the asylum application and immediate deportation to the port of origin. The same applies to repeated anti-social behavior such as mobbing, drinking, begging or prostitution. Alcohol and drugs are generally prohibited.

asylum seekers whoCriminal actscommit will be deported immediately and without further warning.


All refugees are briefed on their rights and obligations in their local language upon entering the island. 

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An algorithm classifies refugees according to the Geneva Convention and the New York Declaration of 1967 (i.e. people whose life or freedom would be threatened in their country of origin because of their ethnicity, religion, nationality, membership of a certain social group or their political beliefs), refugees who are eligible for subsidiary protection under EU law, refugees fleeing natural disasters and climate change  and refugees fleeing their country due to poverty who are considered economic migrants.


This summary simplifies the complicated approval process. In addition, in our opinion, it is often not possible to neatly separate the different reasons for fleeing.

  1. Refugees within the meaning of the Geneva Refugee Convention and the New York Declaration

  2. Refugees in terms of subsidiary protection under EU law

  3. Refugees fleeing poverty

  4. Refugees fleeing natural disasters

  5. refugees fleeing climate change



A fair objective assessment is not feasible from a distance. That's why I've combined the various protections into a single algorithm.


As soon as places from the EU quota become free, a corresponding number of asylum applications will be approved.



    people with disabilities
    critically ill
    Seriously injured 
    Severely traumatized people
    unaccompanied minors
    Single people with underage children whose care in their home region is insufficient



The remaining places are calculated according to a digital points quotient that is assigned to each asylum application. The applications are approved in the order of the calculated point quotient.


We have developed a simple algorithm that

that the socially weakest and people whose lives are most endangered in their home region are given clear advantages: people who come from a war zone need protection more urgently than people who remain poor due to the conditions in their country. Nevertheless, these people should also have the chance to come to Europe.



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[Refugee Points Quotient= Reason for migration x (travel status + family in the home country + vocational training + work + language course + number of languages + behavior) / duration of the application

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The calculation quotient

We have developed a simple algorithm designed to clearly favor the most vulnerable and those whose lives are most vulnerable in their home region

People coming from a war zonecome,need more urgentprotection as humansn who remain poor because of the conditions in their country. Nevertheless, these people should also have the chance to come to Europe.

The reason for migration, travel status, family in the home country, extent of participation in vocational training/work/language course flow into the algorithmon the island, behavior on the island and duration of the application.

Algorithm parameters

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The most important point when deciding whether and what kind of asylum protection people receive is the reasons for their flight. Therefore hasSave the world - join us  applied this point as the largest factor in the algorithm. We have the reasons for the flight exclusively after thelevel of threatof the person concerned.

degrees of danger

  • Immediate/acute danger to life: People whose lives are directly threatened by a dangerous situation.

    Multiplier: 3.5

  • Mindirect danger to life: People whose life is indirectly threatened by a dangerous situation, 

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Multiplier: 2.5

  • Long-term danger to life: People whose lives will be endangered in the future by the consequences of poverty.

    Poor hygienic conditions, insufficient medical care, contaminated drinking water, malnutrition, diseases and poor medical care shorten their life expectancy by more than 25 years.

      Multiplier: 1

All migration reasons must meet at least 1 of the following conditions:

  1. The home country is not usually able or willing to protect those affected from this danger. 

  2. State organs of Heimatlands sind direkter oder        _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     indirect cause of the danger to life

In the event of non-fulfilment  of both  conditions, the fugitivenotentitled to asylum

2. Trip Status
The weaker the social travel status, the more points the refugees receive in their An

  • group1: Unaccompanied minors, unaccompanied sick and disabled persons, unaccompanied elderly (from 70)
    Score = 20

  • group 2: Single children with an adult companion, single sick and disabled people with an adult companion, single elderly (70+) with a minor companion, single elderly (70+) with an adult companion
    Score = 10

  • Group 3: Family (comprising at least three people) with sick members, families with minors, families with the elderly, familiesScore = 5

  • Group 4: single people aged 40-70, single people aged 20-40.
    Score = 0

3. Family in home country

  • If you have a family in your home country, you get points because refugees often send money home, which, through an approved application for asylum, means at the same time meyour people need help.

  • Secondly, their families are often still in great need, so that family reunification can save more people.

     score = 6

4. Participation in integration preparations on the island

Those who show diligence and commitment, regularly attend the language courses offered, start vocational training or work on the island are rewarded with points in the rating system. These points are only included in the application after three months, since you have to monitor which offers are accepted and how regular the participation was.

  • vocational training =15 points

  • language courses =15 points(1 language) plus 2 points for eachadditional language,

  • Work:12 points.

5. Behavior on the island

The island serves as a social preparation for the refugees for their life in Europe. Anyone who behaves fairly, adheres to European laws and adapts to Western rules and customs will find it easier to integrate later. This helps the refugee and the society that takes them in. Therefore, refugees receive points for how well they comply with the island's regulationsd treat other refugees fairly. These points can only be included in the application after three months, since one bemust observe how the individual behaves.

  • Positive = 20 points

  • Medium = 10 points.

  • Negative = 0 points

6. Duration of Application

The longer an application runs, the greater the likelihood of getting high scores should become. Because it is fair that people who have been waiting longer for approval are given more opportunities than those whose application was only recently submitted. In our algorithm, the score increases because the divisor of the equation decreases with the duration of the asylum application. However, the weighting is much lower than the migration reason factor of 1 to 3.5, since the reason for fleeing weighs much more heavily than the duration of the application.
But this would also give some poverty refugees who have had to wait a long time a chance. Because if these people score in other areas (completed training, diligence in learning languages, fair social behavior), they should be given the opportunity to prove themselves in the EU.

  Quotient regulation - application duration:

  • 270 to 365 days: quotient 0.5

  • 180 to 269 days: quotient 1

  • 90 to 179 days: ratio 1.5

  • 0 to 89 days: ratio 1.8.

The poorest and weakest are given preference
The score that a refugee in the categoriesTravel status, family at home, participation in job offers, language and educational courses achieved on the island and conduct on the islandreached, is multiplied by the factor of the migration cause.
Finally, the result is divided by the quotient of the application duration.

The reasons for flight are manifold
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