Human Rights at Sea announces Nikolas Evangelides as speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference

Press Release Immediate

Friday 27 September 2018


Human Rights at Sea has announced Nikolas Evangelides as the latest speaker in the lineup for the International Human Rights Conference 2018.

Nikolas Evangelides is a Senior Associate with The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Ending Illegal Fishing Project, working on EU engagement and Brussels-based NGO partnerships. A European Union and international relations expert by training, Nikolas’ most recent roles include working as an Associate for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus, where he found himself, amongst other roles, assigned as the desk officer for North Africa, as well as for the League of Arab States and on the Arab Spring. He then served as a Political, Press and Information Attaché with the European Union’s delegation for the Pacific, covering 14 island countries and territories, before moving to the European Union’s Delegation to New Zealand, where he served as the Political Officer and also held the EU-NZ Pacific Partnership dossier.

Nikolas has a degree in International and European Studies from the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences in Athens, Greece, and a Master’s degree in International Relations (Middle East) from Durham University in the UK.

Nikolas will partake in session 3 of the conference, on the topic of ‘Safer Ships, Safer Crew’.

Visit the website and book a ticket for the 2018 International Maritime Human Rights Conference  here.



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