Migrant rescue: New Sea-Watch Blog for the start of operations to rescue migrants in the Mediterranean

Human Rights at Sea is very pleased to be supporting the efforts of the German based Sea-Watch project whose aim is to assist in the rescue of migrants in the Mediterranean Sea. HRAS support comes from one of its interns, Daniel Shepherd, and who will be regularly blogging exclusively through the HRAS site as...

Documentary: Ship breaking & German shipowners – The suffering of Bangladesh shipbreakers and the conditions they work under.

“Toxic ships for Bangladesh”: A TV documentary on German ship owners and their shipbreaking practices Sunday 26 October 2014, 14:45 – 15:15 on German state TV channel ZDF Read this news in German Brussels, 23 October 2014 – A new documentary titled “Giftiger Tankerschrott für Bangladesch – Toxic ships for Bangladesh” will be shown...

The Human Rights at Sea international initiative contributes to the German Federal Government’s initiative “Charter of the Future – One World – Our Responsibility” by invitation as part of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.

  The HRAS international initiative is strongly represented in Germany. Its engagement with and by the German Federal Government has been a leading example of direct European engagement on the international issue of promoting human rights at sea, associated good governance and best practice for human rights in the maritime environment. The crucial importance...

President of the Federal Republic of Germany states that Human Rights apply on the High Seas – 30 June 2014

PRESS STATEMENT – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 30 JUNE 2014 The Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) international initiative strongly welcomes the positive statement made by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, President Gauck, today in his opening speech at the annual Berlin symposium on international refugee protection that ‘human rights apply on the...

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