Human Rights at Sea is pleased to introduce a new addition to its international research, investigation & educational maritime human rights platform
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The 'Human Rights at Sea Legal Research Programme' was established in January 2017.
It provides a public platform for seafarers, fishers and students from around the world to showcase their academic work in support of tackling pertinent issues that are important to our charity.
The charity will highlight the topics to be researched.
You Choose | You Research | We Publish | We Promote
Academic and legally-focused papers can be submitted & peer-reviewed before being published.
All contributors whose work has been accepted & published by the charity will be publicly recognised & accredited by the Human Rights at Sea Legal Research Programme.
Membership is free.
Interested in contributing?
Interesting in being profiled internationally?
Interested in developing your professional CV?
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1. The Interplay between Human Rights & Labour Rights.
2. Effective remedies for human rights abuses at sea. What are they?
3. Can Flag States be effectively held to account for abuses under their flag administration?
4. Business and Human Rights frameworks in the maritime environment. What works?
5. How do emerging soft-law initiatives affect global maritime policy?
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Luisa Zappalà: Search and rescue: shared responsibilities in international law of Member States, the European Union and Frontex in the Mediterranean.104 DownloadsThis article provides a basis for future discussion regarding the imprecise interactions between international law, law of the sea, human rights and humanitarian law which are, together with a serious legal lacuna, the...
HRAS & Bristol University Flag States and Human Rights Report178 DownloadsHRAS & Bristol University Flag States and Human Rights Report. A Study on Flag State Practice in Monitoring, Reporting, and Enforcing Human Rights Obligations on Board Vessels. The University of Bristol Human Rights Implementation Centre and the University of Bristol Human Rights Law Clinic...
Seafarers’ Claims for Compensation following Workplace Injuries and Death in China960 DownloadsDownload Now!...
Seafarers’ access to jurisdictions over labour matters89 DownloadsDownload Now!...
Seafarer Abandonment: An Iranian Perspective152 Downloadsby Miss Hajar Hejazi Download Now!...
Soft Law Plays Hard Ball in the Maritime Industry290 DownloadsDownload Now!...
Human Rights and Labour Rights: A legal review of the two sets of rights and the interplay between them250 DownloadsDownload Now!...