International Day of the Seafarer 2021: A Fair Future for Seafarers – Insights from a young seafarer

London. UK. Today marks the Day of the Seafarer, an annual IMO-led day that aims to recognise the vital role seafarers make to our everyday lives. During the COVID-19 pandemic, seafarers have undertaken what amount to be heroic efforts to continue providing the world with the goods it needs while they have been often ignored, have been failed to be repatriated in a timely manner and have had their contracts often extended in excess of legal norms.  This year's theme is a fair future for seafarers, but with a following question to be asked: "Can this can be achieved?

Human Rights at Sea issues Statement for the Day of the Seafarer 

London. UK. On the 25 June 2020, Human Rights at Sea will be celebrating the Day of the Seafarer, an IMO-led initiative which each year raises awareness on the vital role seafarers play in enabling global trade and the flow of essential goods. This year’s campaign focuses on the ‘key worker status’ of seafarers, emphasising that seafarers are essential to shipping and therefore, vital to the world.

Gender Equality at Sea. The Story of ETO Amreen Bano.

Press Release 25th June 2019 “Shipping has been a male dominated industry for years, but now times are changing. Women are coming to sea and they are proving themselves.” London. UK. On the international Day of the Seafarer, the campaign theme of which is ‘I Am On Board with gender equality‘ driven by the 2019 World Maritime...

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