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Missing Seafarer Oleksandr Chernyshenko Human Rights at Sea has been informed by the Ukrainian Marine Trade Union’s Federation of the case of Oleksandr Chernyshenko who went missing from the Panamanian flagged M/T VIOLET-1, IMO 9154000, an oil/chemical tanker on 28 May 2017 at 0330 local time while en-route to Port of Tokuyama, Japan. HRAS has been informed […]...

Missing Ukrainian seafarer lost at sea

28th June 2017

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Human Rights at Sea participates in the second Summer School of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (JMCE) for Migrants’ Rights in the Mediterranean on “Open Doors, Sea Border Controls and Human Rights” in Naples Human Rights at Sea’s former intern and now Advisor, Elizabeth Mavropoulou, participated on behalf of the charity and delivered during […]...

HRAS participates at Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for Migrants’ Rights in the Mediterranean

24th June 2017

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Human Rights at Sea Investigative Report & Case Study Breach of Seafarers Human Rights while under criminal investigation in Angola MV Sutton Tide Crew IMO 9389461 – Soyo Angola Crew Evidence and Impact Statements Initial Report: 15 June 2017 “I don’t want to kill my self but if I stay here in prison then my […]...

[Update] Breach of Seafarers Human Rights while under criminal investigation in Angola

15th June 2017

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Melanie Glodkiewicz selected as an Erasmus+ Ambassador “My internship has been a life-changing period” Wednesday 14 June 2016 Human Rights at Sea is delighted to announce that a former intern, Miss Melanie Glodkiewicz, has been selected to become a European Erasmus+ Programme ambassador following her work on Mediterranean migrant projects for the charity and while seconded to the [&...

HRAS Intern becomes Erasmus+ Ambassador

14th June 2017

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Human Rights at Sea Investigative Report & Case Study The Human Impact of Denial of Crew Wages to Seafarers  MV Sharjah Moon IMO 7516503 Hamriyah Port, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates “They didn’t care about the crew some crew trying to suicide themselves, (sic) but we rescued them.” Human Rights at Sea supported by the NGO […]...

Case study: Human Impact of Denial of Crew Wages to Seafarers

9th June 2017

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