International Day of the Seafarer 2021: A Fair Future for Seafarers – Insights from a young seafarer

London. UK. Today marks the Day of the Seafarer, an annual IMO-led day that aims to recognise the vital role seafarers make to our everyday lives. During the COVID-19 pandemic, seafarers have undertaken what amount to be heroic efforts to continue providing the world with the goods it needs while they have been often ignored, have been failed to be repatriated in a timely manner and have had their contracts often extended in excess of legal norms.  This year's theme is a fair future for seafarers, but with a following question to be asked: "Can this can be achieved?

Joanne Rawley joins the Human Rights at Sea Advisory Board

London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce that Joanne Rawley has joined the charity's Board of Advisors to assist the charity in its work, strategic development and wider industry engagement. The current Board is a strong example of a diverse and wide-ranging panel of subject matter experts with a wealth of experience able to assist the charity deal with the breadth of issues encountered in the maritime sector.

HRAS Advisory Board Member becomes first female ITLOS Judge ad hoc

Press Release 18th July 2019 Photo Credit: ITLOS/University of Basel London. UK.  Human Rights at Sea is delighted to report that Prof. Dr. Anna Petrig, Professor of International Law at the University of Basel, Human Rights at Sea Advisory Board Member, and co-author of the emerging Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea, was appointed...

Dr Sofia Galani on Piracy: the Human Rights and (wrongs); Interview for the Navigate Response

Review 18 May 2018 UK. Exploring the piracy debate. Dr Sofia Galani, Lecturer in Law at the University of Bristol and a Non-Executive Board of Advisors member of Human Rights at Sea gave a short interview on Piracy the Human Rights and (wrongs) to the Navigate Response, a global crisis communications network specialising in the international...

Dr Sofia Galani joins Non-Executive Board

PRESS RELEASE  Immediate – 3 March 2017 Human Rights at Sea is very pleased to announce that Dr. Sofia Galani has joined the charity’s Non-Executive Board of Advisors where she will be providing her expertise for the charity’s educational and research work reflecting the organisation’s charitable objectives. Sofia commented: ” It is a privilege to join the Human Rights...

EU SHIPSAN March Newsletter features Human Rights at Sea interview with Dr. Anna Petrig

Dr. Anna Petrig, HRAS Advisor and leading maritime academic is interviewed by ShipSan – the European maritime platform for ship medical safety “Human Rights at Sea” (HRAS) is an independent Maritime Human Rights Resource for the International Community. So it is posted on its website www.humanrightsatsea.org. Dr. iur. Anna Petrig, who holds an LL.M. from...

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