Manning Agents & UK Fisheries Supply Chain Investigative Report & Case Study of Non-EEA crew from the Philippines

Press Release Immediate London.UK. Human Rights at Sea has published a new case study exploring the issue of Philippine manning agencies supplying Non-EEA crew to the UK Fisheries industry and the issues this raises in terms of transparency of practice, due diligence to assure welfare safeguards for crew, and the necessary safeguards required to...

Quintel Intelligence joins HRAS to provide investigative support

HRAS is delighted to announce that Quintel International Intelligence¬†has joined the HRAS international initiative. A statement from Quintel: “Quintel Intelligence is delighted to be associated with Human Rights at Sea. We provide HRAS with investigative services to support victims of Human Rights violations and assist HRAS in establishing all the relevant facts in a...

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