London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome Emma Foley to the role of Head of Development. Emma will lead on all aspects of fundraising, communications, and international growth for the organisation. She joins us with an extensive background in development in both the private and civil sectors.
London. UK. The international law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, has highlighted the ongoing arbitration project work of Human Rights at Sea and Shearman and Sterling LLP in developing a new voluntary victim-led route to effective remedy for abuses suffered at sea by repurposing arbitration as the mechanism for a new ad hoc tribunal system now being created.
Press Release 29 April 2021 London. UK. The Human Rights at Sea non-executive Advisory Board has expanded with new members across a range of professional disciplines reflecting broad experience and networks to support the ongoing work being undertaken by the charity in addressing matters of human rights abuse at sea. The charity is delighted to...
London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is pleased to report that the Labour-led New Zealand Government has publicly announced it will fulfil its manifesto pledge and commitment to improve seafarer welfare through funding from the maritime levies triggered by lobbying from the Seafarers Welfare Board and the March 2020 report from HRAS ‘Under funding of Seafarer’ Welfare Services and Poor MLC Compliance’.
Press Release 25 January 2021 HUMAN RIGHTS AT SEA ARBITRATION TAKES STEPS TOWARDS CREATION OF ARBITRATION-BASED MECHANISM FOR RESOLUTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DISPUTES London. UK. / Paris. France. The Human Rights at Sea Arbitration initiative, a collaboration between UK-based independent charitable NGO Human Rights at Sea and the international arbitration practice of global law firm...
London. UK. On World Human Rights Day, Human Rights at Sea and Global Fishing Watch announce a new collaboration that aims to ensure that policy and satellite technology solutions are aligned and information is available to all stakeholders.
London. UK. Human Rights at Sea publishes the fourth in a series of independent international reports and reviews concerning the safety, security and well-being of Fisheries Observers in the Western and Central Pacific region titled: 'Draft Proposal for Model Western & Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) Conservation & Management Measure (CMM) on Human Rights and Labour Rights Protections for Fisheries Observers' Safety, Security and Well-being'.
London, UK. The Indian Ministry of Shipping is working with the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of India to improve human rights outcomes for Indian seafarers around the world.
London. UK. Reproduced with Permission. Safety at Sea reporter, Gabriella Twining, has covered the Human Rights at Sea Arbitration project’s 9 July introductory webinar in the October edition of the Safety at Sea Magazine, as well as online in July, highlighting key points of comment during the initial public online discussion of the concept and the accompanying 24 March White Paper.
London, UK. Paris, France. Today, UK-based independent charitable NGO Human Rights at Sea and the Paris-based arbitration practice of global law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP go live with a new website dedicated to the development of an international arbitration-based system of redress for victims of human rights abuses occurring at sea titled: “Human Rights at Sea Arbitration”.
London. UK. Today, the UK charitable human rights NGO, Human Rights at Sea, issues a series of five educational films in Hindi with accompanying teaching infographics explaining in factual terms human rights provisions and protections in the maritime environment for Indian audiences.
London. UK. Following the 9 July Webinar 'Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights abuses at Sea' exploring the ongoing joint project with the Paris-based arbitration practice from Shearman & Sterling LLP, the webinar videos are now available to review via the charity's YouTube channel.
London. UK. The Commonwealth of Dominica Maritime flag Administration will be joining the 9 July 2020 webinar hosted by Human Rights at Sea and the international law firm, Shearman & Sterling LLP for the first public discussion and review of the joint project to address the concept of 'Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea' following the issuing of the White Paper on 24 March 2020 focusing on a victim-led approach to the issue.
Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea Webinar: 9 July 2020 1500 – 1900 CET. UK charity Human Rights at Sea and global law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP have partnered on a project to facilitate the resolution of disputes concerning human rights at sea using international arbitration. The project’s chief aim is to provide those living, working and transiting at sea with an effective remedy for human rights abuses, while also combating impunity for the perpetrators of such abuses.
London, UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes its Impact Report for the sixth year of its charitable NGO work and activities in raising global awareness of human rights abuses at sea to drive institutional change and better protections for those living, working, transiting and otherwise operating in the maritime environment.