Hard-hitting film: Human rights abuses in Libyan detention centres

Hard-hitting film for migrants in Libyan detention centres https://vimeo.com/167751473 – based on testimonies. Supported by Human Rights at Sea in its development.   Help us continue our valuable international work exposing abuses at sea. Thank you.       Continue reading Hard-hitting film: Human rights abuses in Libyan detention centres

BREXIT and the future of Human Rights at Sea

PRESS RELEASE Immediate Today, the British democratic process has seen a historic electorate vote in favour (52%) of leaving the European Union after 43 years of membership. Nonetheless, the fundamental and continuing need to develop and deliver effective commercial human rights policies, welfare protections for individuals and lawful remedies in response to human rights abuses at sea does not stop. As an independent maritime human … Continue reading BREXIT and the future of Human Rights at Sea

New Migrant rescue NGO ProActiva Open Arms joins Human Rights at Sea

  Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce that the NGO ProActiva Open Arms has joined with the charity as a Supporting Entity enabling overt and mutual support to respective work areas. Proactiva Open Arms, an NGO based in Barcelona (Spain), was founded in September 2015 in order to carry out safety and rescue tasks for migrants crossing the Aegean from Turkey to Lesvos. … Continue reading New Migrant rescue NGO ProActiva Open Arms joins Human Rights at Sea

Film Shows Horror of Mediterranean Migrant Crossings

A film debuted at the 2016 Berlin film festival shows the bodies of migrants so tightly packed in the hold of a boat that they died of asphyxiation within hours of starting their voyage across the Mediterranean. Director Gianfranco Rosi’s says his two-hour documentary film “Fuocoammare” (Fire at Sea) “bears witness to a tragedy that’s happening right in front of our eyes”. “I think that … Continue reading Film Shows Horror of Mediterranean Migrant Crossings

EU Social Partners promote ratification of ILO Work in Fishing Convention C188 in Bulgaria

EU Social Partners promote ratification of ILO Work in Fishing Convention C188 in Bulgaria During a meeting held on 28 January in Sofia, Bulgaria, the European Social Partners in Fisheries*, the ETF and Europêche, promoted together with the ILO ** the swift ratification of the ILO Work in Fishing Convention C188. The event was also attended by high-level representatives of the Bulgarian Ministries of Labour, … Continue reading EU Social Partners promote ratification of ILO Work in Fishing Convention C188 in Bulgaria

Summer School on Migration, Sea Border Control and Human Rights – University of Napoli – 6 -14 June 2016

The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence The event, which will take place from 6 to 14 June 2016, aims to combine scientific and practical knowledge on crucial topics of International law of the Sea, Migrations and Human Rights Law. The ideal candidate will have completed a five, or at least a three-year long, University programme in Law, Political Science, International Relations, Law of the Sea, … Continue reading Summer School on Migration, Sea Border Control and Human Rights – University of Napoli – 6 -14 June 2016