London, UK. The 13th episode of the Even Keel podcast produced by Abhijith Balakrishnan, a seafarer and Marine Superintendent with Scorpio India, engages Human Rights at Sea through Joanne Rawley and David Hammond in discussing key issues currently affecting seafarers and driving the work of the charity.
ROPEL, a new social media and recruitment platform designed for seafarers has launched version 2.0 of its service after a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Today the NGO Shipbreaking Platform published the list of ships dismantled worldwide in 2020. According to the Platform, 630 ocean-going commercial ships and offshore units were sold to the scrap yards in 2020.
London. UK. Human Rights at Sea has been invited to participate in the judging of the 2020 Lloyds List Shipping Industry Awards. The Awards promote and celebrate excellence in shipping and reflect the institution's work having been established in 1734. The judges are invited from all core sectors of the maritime industry with Human Rights at Sea reflecting an independent civil society NGO whose Mission is to explicitly raise awareness, implementation and accountability of human rights provisions throughout the maritime environment, especially where they are currently absent, ignored or being abused.