World Mental Health Day: Mindfulness for the Maritime Industry

London, UK.  The 10th October is World Mental Health Day with this year's focus being on suicide prevention. Today, Human Rights at Sea in partnership with author and mental health coach, Gillian Higgins, publishes a briefing note outlining her background to developing mindfulness, steps that you can take and some associated resources available....

New Indian Koli Fishing Community Human Rights Baseline Study published

Reflecting ongoing human rights research work throughout the maritime environment and associated supply chains today Human Rights at Sea publishes their baseline field report for the Koli fishing community who live and work at sea in Mumbai, India. Undertaken in the field during the monsoon period the charity's local researchers spent time with the...

Press Release: New Human Rights at Sea Research Ethics Policy Published

Human Rights at Sea today publishes the first edition of its new Research Ethics Policy as part of its continuing drive to assure transparency and accountable governance while undertaking professional research in meeting its Charitable Objectives. CEO & Founder, David Hammond, said: “I am very grateful to the Human Rights at Sea team for their hard work in bringing...

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