[Updated] Family plea for investigation and accountability into son’s death on MT Sea Princess

London. UK. / New Delhi. India. With express permission, and at the direct request of the family of the deceased seafarer tragically found hung onboard the MT Sea Princess off the UAE coast during a final voyage to a ship-breaking location in Alang, India; Human Rights at Sea today publishes the family’s written plea...

REPORT: Fisheries Observer Deaths at Sea, Human Rights and the Role and Responsibilities of Fisheries Organisations

“Is there a ‘thank you’ to the observer? Something to sustain his widow and children for a few years, at least? Not often. The final ignominy is that compensation or insurance takes ‘a little while’ to come, if it does at all.” London, UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes an extensive human rights...

HRAS establishes independent human rights investigation into the murder of seafarers in international waters

HRAS announces the commencement of its own international investigation into the murders of seafarers in international waters. HRAS is being supported by the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) of the International Chamber of Commerce, Quintel Intelligence, Globus Intelligence as part of the Globus Foundation, the New Zealand Slave Free Seas NGO and southern hemisphere academics. HRAS...

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