The Guardian’s Full Story Podcast coverage of Kiribati Fisheries Observer Death at Sea

London. UK. The Guardian continues its coverage of the case of the untimely death of Kiribati fisheries observer onboard the Taiwanese flagged WIN FAR 636 fishing vessel in March 2020 following the outcry by the family into the conduct of the investigation supplemented by an independent review by Human Rights at Sea with a detailed podcast by the Full Story team in Australia.

The Guardian covers HRAS Investigation into Kiribati Observer Death at Sea

London. UK. The untimely and unexplained death in March 2020 of Kiribati Fisheries Observer Eritara Aati Kaierua while at sea on the Taiwanese-flagged vessel the WIN FAR 636 has been highlighted in the international press by The Guardian, including reference to the recently published  Human Rights at Sea investigation report which took 12 months to compile.

Ongoing investigation of Indonesian fishers abandoned and exploited in Fiji

London, UK. / Suva, Fiji. Humanitarian ship visitors working with the UK charitable NGO, Human Rights at Sea, have been alerted to exploited Indonesian crew on a Chinese owned Fijian-flagged long-liner abandoned in the Port of Suva without their wages apparently being paid for 12 months. Crew circumstances include having to continue to work onboard without pay, having minimal access to communications, allegedly being kept on the vessel without shore access and their identity documents being retained.

Pacific Fisheries Observer Safety, Security and Well-being Reports Published

London, UK. Human Rights at Sea today issues two new major international peer-reviewed reports focusing on Fisheries Observer safety, security and well-being in the Western and Central Pacific region, including for Observers employed by Commonwealth States through Regional Fisheries Management Organisations.

Fisheries Observers’ Survey for Western and Central Pacific now live

London. UK. Human Rights at Sea in partnership with the University of Nottingham's Rights Lab and supported by the Association for Professional Observers, has today gone live with a new Fisheries Observer survey as part of ongoing work addressing the health, safety and well-being of Fisheries Observers in the Western and Central Pacific region.

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