2018 International Maritime Human Rights Conference Reviewed

REVIEW “Human rights and dignity must be a high priority for the maritime sector”. Nusrat Ghani MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, 29 October 2018   London. UK. On 29th October 2018, the second International Maritime Human Rights (IHMR 2018) conference was held at The Fishmonger’s Hall, London with strong international attendance....

HRAS announces Dr Violeta Moreno Lax and Oscar Pajuelo as speakers for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference 2018

Press Release  Friday 12th October 2018 London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to present Violeta Moreno-Lax and Oscar Pajuelo, who will be speaking together at the International Maritime Human Rights conference this October. Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Law, Founder of the Immigration Law programme, and co-Director and...

Human Rights at Sea announces Anna Jakobsen as speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference

Press Release Immediate Friday 5th of October 2018 London.UK. Human Rights at Sea are delighted to announce Anna Jakobsen as the next speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights conference 2018 Anna Jakobsen is a Senior Manager in EY’s sustainable business practice and has been advising clients on sustainability issues for over 15 years....

Human Rights at Sea announces Jonathan Hall as speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference

Press Release Immediate Monday 1st of October 2018 London.UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to announce Jonathan Hall as the next speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights conference 2018. Jonathan Hall is Head of UK Overseas Territories at the RSPB. He has worked with these small island jurisdictions, with a specialism in...

Human Rights at Sea announces Nikolas Evangelides as speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference

Press Release Immediate Friday 27 September 2018 London.UK.  Human Rights at Sea has announced Nikolas Evangelides as the latest speaker in the lineup for the International Human Rights Conference 2018. Nikolas Evangelides is a Senior Associate with The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Ending Illegal Fishing Project, working on EU engagement and Brussels-based NGO partnerships. A European...

Human Rights at Sea announces Silvia Mera as speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference

Press Release Immediate Friday 21 September 2018 London. UK. Silvia Mera announced by Human Rights at Sea as a speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights conference 2018. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to present Silvia Mera, another speaker for the International Maritime Human Rights Conference 2018. Silvia Mera is Program Director at the Mekong...

HRAS participates at Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for Migrants’ Rights in the Mediterranean

Human Rights at Sea participates in the second Summer School of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (JMCE) for Migrants’ Rights in the Mediterranean on “Open Doors, Sea Border Controls and Human Rights” in Naples Human Rights at Sea’s former intern and now Advisor, Elizabeth Mavropoulou, participated on behalf of the charity and delivered...

Press Release: IMHR 2016 Conference Review

PRESS RELEASE IMMEDIATE ‘Application of human rights throughout the maritime environment at all times without exception’. IMHR 2016 Conference Review. A week after the inaugural International Maritime Human Rights (IMHR) conference took place on Wednesday 14 September 2016, at The Royal College of Surgeons in London, the positive repercussions of the event continue to...

Huge support for first IMHR Conference

Huge support from industry, government, NGOs, maritime charities and the Press indicates that next week’s inaugural ground-breaking International Maritime Human Rights Conference will make an indelible and long-lasting impression on all those who attend. Hard-hitting and direct, it will draw global attention to the welfare of seafarers and their working conditions, exposing some of...

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