London. UK. / Paris. France. On 8 June 2021, on the occasion of this year’s United Nations World Oceans Day with the theme of: "Ocean: Life and Livelihoods", Human Rights at Sea and global law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP held a webinar entitled “Confronting the Human Rights Crisis in Fisheries: How Arbitration Can Improve Fishers’ Access to Justice”, which is now available to view and download.
London. UK. The question of what the UK Government is doing to protect human rights at sea was raised as an oral question by Human Rights at Sea Patron, Lord Teverson of Tregony, in the UK Parliament yesterday and was discussed in the House of Lords for the first time.
London. UK. Human Rights at Sea is pleased to formally announce the further expansion of its Board of Trustees with the addition of four new appointments in the key role of strategic oversight and governance for the day-to-day running of the charitable NGO and its global activities.
London. UK. The ongoing development of a new arbitration model and ad hoc international tribunal for addressing human rights abuses at sea by providing an alternative route to effective remedy has been reinforced with a new article for the International Bar Association by our project partners at Shearman and Sterling LLP.
Updated 27 May 21. Download the Candidate Pack. Reflecting the expanding workload for Human Rights at Sea, the charity is actively recruiting a new UK-based member of staff as part of the senior leadership team in the role of Head of Operations and Development.
Human Rights at Sea is delighted to announce the appointment of Lord Robin Teverson as Patron to the charity.
London.UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes its sixth annual report for reporting period between May 2019 - June 2020 continuing to assure transparency in all areas of its national and international work and its use of donor funds.
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. 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. Human Rights at Sea is pleased to formally announce the expansion of its Board of Trustees with the addition of four new Trustees: Mr. Alex Kemp, London-based Partner at HFW LLP; Mrs. Ruth Crowell, Chief Executive of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA); Mr. Matthew Vickers, Chief Executive and Chief Ombudsman at the Ombudsman Service; and Mr. Enrique Restoy, Head of Evidence at Frontline AIDS.
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.
Press Release 26 May 2020 London. UK. With permission, the Global Arbitration Review journal ‘GAR’ has allowed Human Rights at Sea to reproduce its recent international article on 5 May 2020 about the development of the new joint development project with the Paris-based arbitration team of Shearman & Sterling LLP into assessing whether or not...
New partnership sees RightShip back Human Rights at Sea’s global mission to end human rights abuses committed around the world’s oceans. London. UK. RightShip, the world’s leading maritime risk due diligence and environmental assessment organisation, and the independent civil society charity, Human Rights at Sea, have signed a new long-term partnership agreement to help improve seafarer welfare, the organisations have announced today.
Press Release 24 March 2020 Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea [Updated 10 May 2020 to include French Version and flow diagram now available to download] London, UK. Paris, France. On the UN International Day for the Right to The Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for...
London, UK. Human Rights at Sea CEO was interviewed by SAFETY4SEA for their end-of-year Opinion piece covering industry's wider engagement with the concept and development of Human Rights at Sea. "2019 was a milestone year for addressing human rights at sea since the first version of the inaugural 'Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea' was published by Human Rights at Sea, in March. Also, the British charity launched its online platform to ensure that everyone interested can review and comment on the work being undertaken. On the occasion of these important developments, Mr. David Hammond Esq., Barrister (Non-Practising), CEO, Human Rights At Sea shares his insights into achieving greater equality, justice and freedom within the maritime industry in the next years, highlighting that not much progress has been made so far while wider awareness on this important topic is of outmost importance.