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

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

[Updated] Seafarer Abandonment continues with owner impunity strengthened

Human Rights at Sea Comment SEAFARER ABANDONMENT CONTINUES WITH ONGOING OWNER IMPUNITY 20 October 2017 Updated 25 October 2017 Human Rights at Sea today calls for renewed and reinvigorated international efforts to deliver faster solutions, effective remedies and repatriation for all stranded and abandoned seafarers in the global shipping industry, and a greater focus on naming and shaming owners who otherwise revel in their impunity … Continue reading [Updated] Seafarer Abandonment continues with owner impunity strengthened

Seafarer mental health trauma leaflet now available in Tagalog language

PRESS RELEASE 20 September 2017 SEAFARER MENTAL HEALTH TRAUMA LEAFLET NOW AVAILABLE IN TAGALOG LANGUAGE Human Rights at Sea is very pleased to announce that following the success of the mental health welfare leaflet “Remaining Resilient after Traumatic Events”, the leaflet is now available in the Tagalog language. The leaflet is now available on both the HRAS (Publications) and UK P&I (Knowledge) websites and can be … Continue reading Seafarer mental health trauma leaflet now available in Tagalog language

[Updated] New Educational Film Series: An introduction to Human Rights

PRESS RELEASE Immediate – 28 July 2017 RELEASE OF NEW EDUCATIONAL FILM SERIES [Updated 31 Jul 17] Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce the release of the first film in a new educational series titled: “An Introduction to Human Rights”. The short animated film is a first for the charity as it continues its on-going public advocacy in highlighting the explicit need to … Continue reading [Updated] New Educational Film Series: An introduction to Human Rights

MV Liberty Prrudencia crew finally repatriated

PRESS RELEASE Immediate 22 July 2017 LIBERTY PRRUDENCIA CREW FINALLY REPATRIATED “THANKING YOU ALOT , PLEASE KEEP HELPING SEAFARER THE SAME  IN FUTURE , YOUR PRESENCE GIVES US HOPE OF SAFETY AND SECURITY.” Human Rights at Sea is delighted to be able to pass on the confirmed news that all 16 of the former crew of the MV Liberty Prrudencia are being repatriated home tomorrow … Continue reading MV Liberty Prrudencia crew finally repatriated

New case of seafarer abuse exposed

PRESS RELEASE Immediate “We are totally unsafe here… this is a dead ship. Sea water is leaking in the engine room… no facilities… rusty water…. If anything happens we will not survive. All will be dead… Please send us home.” Human Rights at Sea today publishes yet another detailed case study and investigatory report into the abuse of seafarers provided by first hand testimony, on … Continue reading New case of seafarer abuse exposed