Safeguarding Cadets from Physical and Mental Abuse: Lessons for the Future

London. UK. Following an incident onboard a Liberian flagged container vessel entering UK territorial waters in February 2021 in which a male engineering cadet was attacked by a fellow crew member thereby putting him in fear for his safety, Human Rights at Sea today publishes an Insight Briefing Note on the key issue of safeguarding cadets’ safety, health and well-being.

[UPDATED] Mekong Club and HRAS combine to deliver Responsible Recruitment Webinar

London, UK / Hong Kong. On 11th March 2020 3:30pm - 4:30pm (HKT GMT +8) The Mekong Club, a leader uniting and mobilising the private sector for a common cause to disrupt and end modern slavery, and Human Rights at Sea, the independent human rights charitable NGO challenging abuse at sea, are joining to present a public webinar 'International Migration to Malaysia & Taiwan: Challenges and Promising Practises'.

Recruiting New Trustees for Human Rights at Sea

UPDATED 01/01/20. London. UK. As Human Rights at Sea moves into its seventh year of successful delivery from start-up, the UK-registered charitable NGO is seeking expressions of interest for joining our Board of Trustees. Do you believe that human rights apply at sea, as equally as they do on land? Do you want to be part of the DNA of an emerging organisation that is positively changing international attitudes towards human rights and social welfare up-to-and-including State level?

Labour Disputes and Power imbalances in the Taiwanese Fishing Industry

London. UK. Following recent advocacy work aimed at achieving ongoing improvements in the working conditions and protections for all fishers in the Taiwanese fishing industry, Human Rights at Sea today issues a new evidential case study. Highlighting the worrying power imbalance between migrant fishers, recruitment and manning agencies resulting in poor welfare support, the case study also highlights the need to align national polices and standards with international convention.

Seafarers Awareness Week 20-28 June 2015 – ‘Opportunities to Work at Sea’

Seafarers Awareness Week 20-28 June 2015 – ‘Opportunities to Work at Sea’ ‘Opportunities to Work at Sea’ will be the theme for this year’s Seafarers Awareness Week (20-28 June 2015), aiming to not only raise awareness of Britain’s dependence on seafarers but also to highlight the many career possibilities the maritime world offers young people....

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