‘Developing Human Rights at Sea’ available via Open Access of the Ocean Yearbook 35th Edition

Press Release Wednesday 2 August 2021 London. UK.   Steven Haines, Professor of Public International Law at the University of Greenwich, London, and Trustee of Human Rights at Sea has published an article titled ‘Developing Human Rights at Sea’ as part of the Ocean Yearbook Volume 35 Issue 1 which is now available to download via Open...

Gard Insight. Seafarers in a time of pandemic – strategies for maintaining and improving mental wellbeing

London UK. / Singapore. Kunal Pathak, a Master Mariner with substantial shipboard and shore-based experience,  currently employed as a Loss Prevention Manager in Gard’s Singapore office, has written an Insight about maintaining the mental wellness of the seafarers during the current challenging times.

Bullying and Harassment at Sea: A Clear and Present threat to Seafarers

London. UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes a redacted example of testimony and background facts from a recent case highlighted in detail to the charity and other leading welfare entities concerning bullying and harassment towards an experienced Indian Chief Engineer by a Turkish Master on Marshall Islands flagged vessel.

‘High Seas Low Deeds’: New Internationalist Magazine highlights Human Rights at Sea work

The award winning New Internationalist Magazine in its latest issue has highlighted the work undertaken by Human Rights at Sea in the development of global awareness of human rights abuses in the maritime environment through exposure of some of the issues covered and case studies published by the charity.

Gender Equality at Sea. The Story of ETO Amreen Bano.

Press Release 25th June 2019 “Shipping has been a male dominated industry for years, but now times are changing. Women are coming to sea and they are proving themselves.” London. UK. On the international Day of the Seafarer, the campaign theme of which is ‘I Am On Board with gender equality‘ driven by the 2019 World Maritime...

OP-ED: Alan McCulla OBE CEO Anglo North Irish Fish Producers’ Organisation

OP-ED 19th March 2019 London. UK. Alan McCulla OBE Chief Executive of the Anglo-North Irish Fish Producers Organisation/Sea Source and Chair of the Fishermen’s Welfare Alliance speaks about his background and upbringing into the Northern Irish fishing community, his drive for better working conditions and business transparency in the fishing industry, and his organisation’s relationship with...

Migrants crossing The English Channel & Port Strategies

COMMENT 28 December 2018 London.UK.  The recent increase in migrant crossings from France to England across one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, has prompted calls within the UK to increase sea patrols and prevent crossings. Nonetheless, the issue should not be unexpected for UK Border Force as the inevitability of exploitation of those fleeing war-torn countries...

HRAS publishes new legal research paper on Business and Human Rights

PRESS RELEASE 6th December 2018 London.UK. Human Rights at Sea publishes its latest legal research paper on maritime business and human rights as part of its ongoing legal research programme. The paper  titled ‘A UN Convention on Business and Human Rights. How it would look like for the maritime sector: legal and practical implications‘, is authored by Alejandro...

HRAS Comments from Geneva on the status of the SAR NGO vessel Aquarius

PRESS RELEASE Tuesday 04 December 2018   Geneva. On November 30th, the Swiss Parliament has responded to a parliamentary inquiry on the possibility of letting the Aquarius, search-and-rescue (SAR) ship run by SOS Méditerranée and Médecins sans Frontières, denying the vessel to sail under the Swiss flag. The issue has stirred a national debate in the country known...

Article: Luisa Zappalà. Search and rescue: shared responsibilities in international law of Member States, the European Union and Frontex in the Mediterranean.

PRESS RELEASE Immediate London, UK. Human Rights at Sea is please to publish a legal research and educational article by Luisa Zappalà titled: “Search and rescue: shared responsibilities in international law of Member States, the European Union and Frontex in the Mediterranean.” The article, a LLM dissertation, was first published in 2016 through the University of...

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HRAS Commentary on the ongoing central mediterranean situation

HRAS Commentary Monday 9 July 2018   “We could have done something,” – Taking the conscious political decision of leaving persons to drown or suffer from abuse London.UK. Corpses are discovered on Northern African shores, over 600 persons are now missing and feared dead because they embarked on the journey of the deadliest crossing in the...

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