The 3rd Modern Slavery & Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference

  ANNOUNCEMENT The 3rd Modern Slavery & Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference will take place in London 19-20 April 2018  The purpose of The 3rd Modern Slavery & Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference is to equip businesses with actionable insights and an understanding of how forced labour and human rights violations can be eradicated from their supply chains. The Conference will provide a sufficiently … Continue reading The 3rd Modern Slavery & Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference

New Zealand Supreme Court Decision Aides Indonesian Fishermen’s Pursuit of Justice

  Human Rights at Sea strongly applauds the ongoing work by New Zealand lawyer, Karen Harding, in securing the first stage of review of existing New Zealand legislation by the supreme Court which has given a lifeline to Indonesian fishermen seeking an effective remedy against their former South Korean employers for unpaid wages and slave-like treatment while reportedly working up to 24 hour shifts with few … Continue reading New Zealand Supreme Court Decision Aides Indonesian Fishermen’s Pursuit of Justice

HRAS CEO Role: Expression of Interest published

PRESS RELEASE 22 February 2018 AVAILABLE CEO POSITION UK. The Trustees of Human Rights at Sea have today published a Expression of Interest for the CEO position. The role is part-time (3 days per week at 60%) to lead a start-up and successful emerging independent maritime human rights charity. A basic salary would be paid with remuneration levels increasing based on mandate delivery and assured … Continue reading HRAS CEO Role: Expression of Interest published

Human Rights at Sea intern Hajar Hejazi publishes on the Sanchi collision incident in Iranian Press

  IRAN. Iran-based Human Rights at Sea intern, Hajar Hejazi, has published an article in Farsi by invitation in the Iranian newspaper Sore Israfil  on the Sanchi Collision incident. In her article in Farsi, Hajar presents an account of the most important highlights of the incident, the response from the Chinese maritime authorities and the whole management of the crisis, with a focus on the loss of … Continue reading Human Rights at Sea intern Hajar Hejazi publishes on the Sanchi collision incident in Iranian Press

Dr. Sofia Galani presents ‘human rights at sea’ at the Bath Royal Scientific and Literary Institution

  REVIEW 12 February 2018 Dr. Sofia Galani presents maritime security and human rights, and explores the ‘human rights at sea’ debate Human Rights at Sea is very pleased that Dr Sofia Galani, one of its Non- Executive Board of Advisors, gave an insightful academic presentation on January 23rd 2018 at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution on the topic of maritime security and … Continue reading Dr. Sofia Galani presents ‘human rights at sea’ at the Bath Royal Scientific and Literary Institution

Bristol University law students lead on new Flag State project

  PRESS RELEASE 9 January 2018 Bristol University law school students lead on new flag State project with Human Rights at Sea BRISTOL.UK. The University of Bristol’s Human Rights Implementation Centre offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct applied research in collaboration with valued partners through its Human Rights Law Clinic. The nature of the Clinic attracts action-oriented students seeking to gain practical experience and … Continue reading Bristol University law students lead on new Flag State project

New Family Impact Statement of missing Ukranian seafarer

PRESS RELEASE 26 January 2018 Today, Human Rights at Sea releases a detailed Family Impact Statement on the case of a missing Ukranian seafarer, Mr. Koval Oleg Igorevich. The Oleg Koval Family Impact Statement is provided by Mrs. Maryna Koval Victorovna, wife of the 35 year old Ukranian seafarer Mr. Oleg Koval, who went missing on from the M/V Maria G (IMO: 9358369, MMSI: 248203000, Malta … Continue reading New Family Impact Statement of missing Ukranian seafarer