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UK House of Lords UNCLOS Inquiry. How to protect human rights at sea.

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UK House of Lords UNCLOS Inquiry. How to protect human rights at sea.

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UK House of Lords UNCLOS Inquiry. How to protect human rights at sea.

LONDON. UK.  Yesterday, the House of Lords International Relations and Defence Select Committee received additional expert evidence from Dr Sofia Galani, Assistant Professor in Public International Law, Panteion University, Greece, and Professor Natalie Klein of the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Australia, covering the emerging issue of the lack of application of human rights at sea under the UNCLOS regime.

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Human Rights at Sea welcomes the launch of the Seafarers International Emotional Support Service
 
Nov 02, 2021 03:44 pm

Tweet this story: LONDON.UK.  Befrienders Worldwide (BW), an international organisation of help centres, have just announced the launch of  the Seafarers International Emotional Support Service (SIESS).  SIESS will support seafarers experiencing emotional crisis or distress anywhere, anytime.

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