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
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
Missing Seafarer Oleksandr Chernyshenko Human Rights at Sea has been informed by the Ukrainian Marine Trade Union’s Federation of the case of Oleksandr Chernyshenko who went missing from the Panamanian flagged M/T VIOLET-1, IMO 9154000, an oil/chemical tanker on 28 May 2017 at 0330 local time while en-route to Port of Tokuyama, Japan. HRAS has been informed that it was only at 1730 local time that … Continue reading Missing Ukrainian seafarer lost at sea
Reproduced from By MarEx 2016-05-07 with permission Seventeen people are missing after a Chinese fishing boat collided with a Maltese bulk carrier and sank in the East China Sea on Saturday. Two of the fishermen were rescued by nearby fishing boats, but died later at hospital. The fishing boat, Lu Rong Yu 58398, had 19 people on board when the incident happened at 3.40 a.m. … Continue reading Collision: Two Dead, Seventeen Missing in East China Sea
Human Rights at Sea Press Release Immediate First Family Impact Statement of the Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme published Human Rights at Sea announces the publication of the first Family Impact Statement as part of its wider case study and investigation work on cases of missing seafarers and fishers who have been registered on the charity’s Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme. www.missingseafarers.org. The Family Impact Statement is a … Continue reading First Family Impact Statement of the Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme published
Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme fully mobile enabled PRESS RELEASE – Immediate Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce that its Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme online platform is now fully mobile enabled for all smart phones, tablets and mobile devices. This facility is a requirement for keeping pace with technological advances and online use for ensuring that the Programme can be easily accessible from mobile … Continue reading Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme fully mobile enabled
MAREX: By Wendy Laursen 2015-06-22 Article reproduced with express permission. Maritime writer John Guy recalls the time when he was second mate on a small general cargo ship. He’d been at sea for five years when he learnt the seafarers’ lesson: “No one gets the better of the sea.” He was on deck securing a cargo of bulldozers when the ship suddenly plunged downwards, dropping … Continue reading Who Watches Out for the Seafarers and Their Families?