HRAS Introduces The Mekong Club’s EndSlavery Web App

Press Release Friday 20 March 2020 London.UK.  Human Rights at Sea is very pleased to support The Mekong Club’s efforts to continue to address the problems, deprivations and abuses which arise from modern slavery in supply chains, through their new App. Modern Slavery is a serious issue. There are over 40 million modern slaves in...

NGO Shipbreaking Platform publishes list of ships dismantled Worldwide in 2019

Press Release Tuesday 4 February 2020 LONDON.UK.  According to new data released today by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, 674 ocean-going commercial ships and offshore units were sold to the scrap yards in 2019. Of these vessels, 469 large tankers, bulkers, floating platforms, cargo- and passenger ships were broken down on only three beaches in...

Seafood Working Group Publishes Statement on the U.S. Government Decision to Suspend Thailand’s Trade Preferences Due to Worker Rights Issues

Press Release Wednesday 11 December 2019 On Human Rights Day 2019, the Seafood Working Group has published a Statement on the U.S. Government Decision to Suspend Thailand’s Trade Preferences Due to Worker Rights Issues. The statement is a result of the co-drafting of diverse organizations with a unified message, including Human Rights at Sea....

Poseidon Principles the first global framework for responsible ship finance is a positive industry step to shipping decarbonisation

Press Release 19th June 2019 London.UK. Human Rights at Sea positively welcomes the Poseidon Principles, a result of the the multi-stakeholder initiative of the Global Maritime Forum. Following  the commitment of 55 industry leaders at our Annual Summit in Hong Kong to work together towards shipping’s decarbonization, the Poseidon Principles is the important next step. The...

FishWise launches the Roadmap for Improving Seafood Ethics (RISE) 

Press Release 23rd March 2019 LONDON.UK. FishWise, a non-profit sustainable seafood consultancy and long term partner of Human Rights at Sea in the seafood supply chains has launched the Roadmap for Improving Seafood Ethics (RISE) . About Rise: Businesses are increasingly held accountable for labor conditions throughout their supply chains, meaning they need to understand existing risks and...

HRAS Trustee Steven Haines’ lecture on International Law of the Sea and the emerging debate of human rights at sea

Press Release  15th March 2019 London.UK. Professor Steven Haines, Trustee of Human Rights was invited to give a lecture at the University of Westminster on his latest research on the oceans governance “Beyond the Grotian Era: The Quest for Lawful Seas”. The event was co-organised by the International Law at Westminster Research Cluster and...

Abandoned Indian Seafarer Family Statement on behalf of Captain Swaminathan

Press Release 8 March 2019 Abandonment. A Pattern of Human Rights Abuse. “I just want him home. I want his safety and I want him back” Mumbai, India. Human Rights at Sea today publishes the first of a series of follow-up family focused case studies for those Indian seafarers still abandoned, some reportedly for over...

Anastasia Papapetrou joins the Human Rights at Sea Internship Programme

Press Release  25th February 2019 London.UK.  Anastasia Papapetrou recently joined Human Rights at Sea’s Internship Programme to conduct remote legal research on the topic of Criminalisation of Maritime Search and Rescue, and other matters in support of the charity’s on-going advocacy work. Anastasia’s  internship with Human Rights at Sea is kindly supported by The...

HRAS publishes new legal research paper on Business and Human Rights

PRESS RELEASE 6th December 2018 London.UK. Human Rights at Sea publishes its latest legal research paper on maritime business and human rights as part of its ongoing legal research programme. The paper  titled ‘A UN Convention on Business and Human Rights. How it would look like for the maritime sector: legal and practical implications‘, is authored...

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