Dr Sofia Galani on Piracy: the Human Rights and (wrongs); Interview for the Navigate Response

Review 18 May 2018 UK. Exploring the piracy debate. Dr Sofia Galani, Lecturer in Law at the University of Bristol and a Non-Executive Board of Advisors member of Human Rights at Sea gave a short interview on Piracy the Human Rights and (wrongs) to the Navigate Response, a global crisis communications network specialising in the...

MPHRP Regional Director wins Seafarers’ Welfare Personality of the Year award

MPHRP regional director wins seafarers’ welfare personality of the year award Mr Chirag Bahri, Regional Director for South Asia of the Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme (MPHRP) has won the Dr Dierk Lindemann Welfare Personality of the Year Award at a ceremony held at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), London on June 9, hosted...

Human Rights at Sea review and commentary to ECtHR judgment on award of damages to convicted pirates

  HRAS LEGAL REVIEW & COMMENTARY ________  The European Court of Human Rights finds detention of apprehended pirates by France to be a violation of their right to liberty and security because of a delay in judicial process. ________ Elisabeth Mavropoulou LLM David Hammond, Barrister & Founder Human Rights at Sea International Initiative 1...

Human Rights and Law Enforcement at Sea: Arrest, Detention and Transfer of Piracy Suspects

Human Rights and Law Enforcement at Sea: Arrest, Detention and Transfer of Piracy Suspects Anna Petrig, Human Rights and Law Enforcement at Sea: Arrest, Detention and Transfer of Piracy Suspects, Brill / Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2014, hardback, 500 pages. BUY HERE Content of the book Law enforcement at sea has become an increasingly important...

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