Human Rights at Sea sponsors LISW 2019 Propeller Club Event

Press Release

2 September 2019

London. UK. As part of the forthcoming London International Shipping Week, Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce its co-sponsorship alongside other key maritime organisations ASP Ship Management, GNS, Spinnaker Global, L & R Midland, TMC Marine and St Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry of the evening event held by The Propeller Club on Wednesday 11th September 2019.

This year, the event will support funds for the Tall Ships Youth Trust and the Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust.

Human Rights at Sea and its trustees have been members of The Propeller club for five years and support its hard work and efforts with developing young people at sea.


Important Note to Readers

Human Rights at Sea continues to publish educational materials, publications, investigative case studies of individual and family testimony highlighting unacceptable conditions onboard vessels of all tonnages, as well as throughout the associated maritime supply chain, in order to establish greater public awareness of the issues raised without compromising our editorial freedom.

The charity does not subscribe to any imposed protocols and agreements with other entities effectively limiting the ability to report freely and objectively disclose facts, including the reality of unacceptable labour, and wider human rights abuses at sea.

The charity will therefore continue to take a legal and moral stand whenever and wherever it can to fairly advocate for the betterment of human rights, working conditions, and the reduction in abuse at sea. This includes pressing issues such as the criminalisation of seafarers and humanitarian rescuers, abuses towards migrants, impunity of flag States in transparently reacting to and addressing reported abuse, the expansion of the positive contributory role of civil society organisations in the maritime sector, and the provision of greater awareness of effective remedies when abuse occurs.

Our Ask in return

We rely on public and private donations to be able to continue this invaluable and independent work free of bias and interference and every donation, however small or large, goes to assure continuation of our transparent and objective front-end work ensuring that ‘human rights apply at sea, as they do on land’. Thank you.


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