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Human Rights at Sea publishes Sixth Annual Report

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Human Rights at Sea publishes Sixth Annual Report

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London.UK. Human Rights at Sea today publishes its sixth annual report for reporting period between May 2019 – June 2020 continuing to assure transparency in all areas of its national and international work and its use of donor funds.The post Human Rights at Sea publishes Sixth Annual Report appeared first on Human Rights At Sea

Global Fishing Watch satellite data sheds light on slavery at sea 
 
Dec 22, 2020 12:22 pm

Tweet this story: Press Release  Tuesday 22 December London. UK.  Vessels known to have crew that are subject to forced labor behave in systematically different ways to the rest of the global fishing fleet, reveals a new paper published today in the scientific journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The discovery was used to build a…The post Global Fishing Watch satellite data sheds light on slavery at sea  appeared first on Human Rights At Sea

BREAKING: SOS MEDITERRANEE to resume search and rescue operations at sea
 
Dec 21, 2020 06:11 pm

Tweet this story: London, UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to replicate the following breaking press release from our partners at the civil society search and rescue NGO, SOS MEDITERRRANEE highlighting the decision by the Italian Coastguard to release their SAR vessel, the Ocean Viking.The post BREAKING: SOS MEDITERRANEE to resume search and rescue operations at sea appeared first on Human Rights At Sea

WCPFC 17: Human and Labour Rights Developments and Challenges
 
Dec 21, 2020 03:33 am

Tweet this story: London. UK. Human Rights at Sea has Observer status with the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) and attended the virtual WCPFC 17th Regular Session between 7-15th December 2020. The charitable NGO presented a detailed intervention on its peer-reviewed proposal for a new and dedicated Conservation and Management Measure (CMM) and follow on paper covering the ramifications for Small Island Developing States (SIDS), specifically focusing on the safety, security and well-being of fisheries observers.The post WCPFC 17: Human and Labour Rights Developments and Challenges appeared first on Human Rights At Sea

HRAS Signatory to Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change
 
Dec 17, 2020 10:56 am

Tweet this story: London, UK. Human Rights at Sea has become the latest signatory of the maritime industry stakeholder initiative under the banner of the ‘Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change’. It will be formally be launched during the Davos Agenda Week, taking place on the week of the 25th January 2020.The post HRAS Signatory to Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change appeared first on Human Rights At Sea
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