UK Anti-Slavery Day 18 October 201615th October 2016
In the UK on the 18th October it is Anti-Slavery Day.
Anti-Slavery Day was created to raise awareness of modern slavery and to inspire government, business and individuals to eliminate it.
Anti-Slavery Day was created in 2010 by a Private Members Bill introduced by Anthony Steen CBE,Read More
First video blog from HRAS intern at sea offshore Libya13th October 2016
Melanie Glodkiewicz, a Human Rights at Sea intern, is currently seconded to the German NGO Sea-Watch and their vessel Sea-Watch 2 operating off the Libyan coast.
In this first video report, Melanie describes her experiences on her first mission from the deck of Sea-Watch 2 as it sails Read More
Submission to UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and the Environment13th October 2016
Tragedy in the Marine Commons: The Intertwined Exploitation of Ocean Ecosystems and Fisheries Workers
Alongside eight other internationally recognised NGOs, Human Rights at Sea has been engaged with and leant its weight to a core working group looking at the continued exploitation of fisheries workRead More
Updated Sea-Watch Rescue blog - HRAS Intern Melanie Glodkiewicz10th October 2016
Human Rights at Sea first Erasmus Intern, Melanie Glodkiewicz, is currently offshore Libya undertaking her internship secondment to the German NGO, Sea-Watch. Melanie will be regularly posting her experiences and commentary of her experiences - www.hras-seawatch.org
My secondmentRead More
Press Release: IMHR 2016 Conference Review21st September 2016
‘Application of human rights throughout the maritime environment at all times without exception’. IMHR 2016 Conference Review.
A week after the inaugural International Maritime Human Rights (IMHR) conference took place on Wednesday 14 September 2016, at The Royal ColleRead More