Human Rights at Sea Impact Report for Year 7 Issued

Press Release

Tuesday 22 June 2021

London, UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes its Impact Report for the seventh year of charitable NGO work and activities in raising global awareness of human rights abuses at sea to drive institutional, legislative and policy change and better protections for the lives of those living, working, transiting and otherwise operating in the maritime environment.

The Report is delivered as an infographic highlighting the key work undertaken by the charity’s Trustees, the project team and researchers over the period 1 June 2020 – 31 May 2021.  It includes 17 Publications and Case Studies, 74 news feeds and press releases, 6 podcasts, 6 Op-Eds, 8 webinars and other key work Human Rights at Sea has delivered covering 36 countries.

Programme Manager, Elizabeth Mavropoulou commented: “Looking back over the last 12 months, we worked hard to continue advocating for human rights protections at sea and developing the concept of human rights at sea.  Despite the Covid-19 pandemic that curtailed international face-to-face travel, we managed to the scale up our engagement and the reach of the charity’s work from Europe to the Pacific.”

Impact Report Year Seven – Human Rights Development in the Maritime Environment

Human Rights at Sea Impact Report for the seventh year of its charitable NGO work and activities in raising global awareness of human rights abuses at sea and driving institutional, policy and legislative change.

The report is delivered as an infographic highlighting the key work undertaken by the charity’s trustees, project team and researchers over the period 1 June 2020 – 31 May 2021.

ENDS.

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