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The Killing of Fesaitu Riamkau: A Fijian Crewman

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15 January 2019 Any advice for people going to sea? “It’s up to them. Anything can happen at sea.” Munivai Taukave Lorenti London.UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes a new redacted case study, including witness statements detailing the background to the killing of Fesaitu Riamkau in Panama, a Fijian crewman working onboard a…

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Shadi Elserafy: The Smuggling of Migrants across the Mediterranean Sea: States’ Responsibilities and Human Rights

Press Release 8th January 2019 Legal Research Programme London. UK. Under the established Legal Research Programme, Human Rights at Sea today publishes Mr. Shadi Elserafy’s thesis written in fulfilment of his Masters Degree in Peace and Conflict Transformation for the University of Tromso, The Arctic University of Norway. The Thesis is a doctrinal study on the…

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