The Guardian’s Full Story Podcast coverage of Kiribati Fisheries Observer Death at Sea

Press Release

30 June 2021

London. UK. The Guardian continues its coverage of the case of the untimely death of Kiribati fisheries observer onboard the Taiwanese flagged WIN FAR 636 fishing vessel in March 2020 following the outcry by the family into the conduct of the investigation supplemented by an independent review by Human Rights at Sea with a detailed podcast by the Full Story team in Australia.

Download Case Review & Timeline of Events
Independent Case Review of death of Kiribati fisheries observer Eritara Aati Kaierua. 19 May 2021.

Download the follow-on independent case review and report into the conduct of the investigation of Kiribati fisheries observer, Eritara Aati Kaierua, who died at sea in March 2020 while fishing in waters in the Naura Economic Exclusion Zone including family impact statement, detailed timeline of events to date and independent legal counsel’s intervention letter.

Timeline of Events in case of death of Kiribati fisheries observer Eritara Aati Kaierua. 19 May 21.

Download the Timeline of Events collated into the circumstances surrounding, and subsequent events to the death of Kiribati fisheries observer Eritara Aati Kaierua. Correct at the time of publication.

Download previous reporting into fisheries observer deaths at sea
Fisheries Observer Deaths at Sea, Human Rights and the Role and Responsibilities of Fisheries Organisations – Optimised

Download the optimised version of the 1 July HRAS report (8 MB)

ENDS.

About Human Rights at Sea

Human Rights at Sea is a UK-based charitable NGO established in 2014 whose vision is to end human rights abuse at sea.

www.humanrightsatsea.org

Contact: enquiries@humanrightsatsea.org

 

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