Development of an Arbitration-based Mechanism for Resolution of Human Rights Disputes

Press Release 25 January 2021 HUMAN RIGHTS AT SEA ARBITRATION TAKES STEPS TOWARDS CREATION OF ARBITRATION-BASED MECHANISM FOR RESOLUTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DISPUTES London. UK. / Paris. France.  The Human Rights at Sea Arbitration initiative, a collaboration between UK-based independent charitable NGO Human Rights at Sea and the international arbitration practice of global law firm...

Swiss interest grows for Human Rights at Sea Arbitration Tribunal Project

London, UK. / Basel, Switzerland. Prof. Dr. Anna Petrig, Chair of International Law and Public Law at the University of Basel (Switzerland) and Board advisor to Human Rights at Sea, on 8 January 2020 introduced the concept of Maritime Arbitration and Human Rights during the 2021 online Swiss-based Competence Centre Arbitration and Crime webinar.

Safety at Sea coverage of 9 July HRAS Introductory Arbitration Webinar

London. UK. Reproduced with Permission. Safety at Sea reporter, Gabriella Twining, has covered the Human Rights at Sea Arbitration project’s 9 July introductory webinar in the October edition of the Safety at Sea Magazine, as well as online in July, highlighting key points of comment during the initial public online discussion of the concept and the accompanying 24 March White Paper.

Human Rights at Sea Arbitration Website Goes Live

London, UK. Paris, France.  Today, UK-based independent charitable NGO Human Rights at Sea and the Paris-based arbitration practice of global law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP go live with a new website dedicated to the development of an international arbitration-based system of redress for victims of human rights abuses occurring at sea titled: “Human Rights at Sea Arbitration”.

Lexis Nexis Law 360 publishes article on Human Rights at Sea Arbitration Project

London. UK. LEXIS NEXIS Law 360 recently published an article written by Caroline Simpson and edited by Jill Coffey on Human Rights at Sea and Shearman & Sterling Project Arbitration as Means for Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea, drawing insights from the July Arbitration Webinar . The Project is based on the concept of using international arbitration as a means for providing victims of human rights abuses at sea with an alternative route to effective remedy and justice.

Dominica Maritime Flag Administration joins HRAS Arbitration Webinar on 9 July 2020

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.

WEBINAR: 9 July – Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea

Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea Webinar: 9 July 2020 1500 – 1900 CET. UK charity Human Rights at Sea and global law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP have partnered on a project to facilitate the resolution of disputes concerning human rights at sea using international arbitration. The project’s chief aim is to provide those living, working and transiting at sea with an effective remedy for human rights abuses, while also combating impunity for the perpetrators of such abuses.

Global Arbitration Review Article on Innovative Arbitration Development

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...

WEBINAR: 24 June – Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea

London. UK. Announcement.  Arbitration as a Means of Effective Remedy for Human Rights Abuses at Sea Webinar - 24 June 2020 1500 – 1900 CET. UK charity Human Rights at Sea and global law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP have partnered on a project to facilitate the resolution of disputes concerning human rights at sea using international arbitration. The project’s chief aim is to provide those living, working and transiting at sea with an effective remedy for human rights abuses, while also combating impunity for the perpetrators of such abuses.

[Updated] White Paper Issued for Innovative Use of Arbitration and Human Rights on UN International Day

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...

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