Human Rights At Sea

Eradication of Modern Slavery at Sea

Opinion piece by Carl Hunter, OBE Rule of law is a distinguishing British value. It provides the greatest equal opportunity…

Seafarers trapped in Ukraine facing dire conditions

As an estimated 1,500 people on about 100 ships are believed stranded in Odessa and other ports, seafarers’ charities have…

Hundreds of Seafarers Currently Caught in the Crossfire of War

Human Rights at Sea has closely monitored events in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov unfold with increasing…

Emergency Ukraine Appeal Launch

Seafarers are facing life-threatening danger. Human Rights to sea statements that The war in Ukraine is a humanitarian crisis. For…

Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea launched today PDF

Today marks the launch of the Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea, a landmark publication protecting the human rights…

Ocean Diplomacy: How Common Threats to Shared Resources Can Overcome Politics

This in-depth discussion occurred during The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 2022 Annual Meeting. From February 17-20,…

Joint NGO letter to Secretary John Kerry reflects shared ambition to end IUU fishing

London. UK. / Washington, DC. USA. Twenty-five global NGOs, including Human Rights at Sea, have united to affirm their stance…

Executive Administrator Charlotte Rumbol welcomed to Human Rights at Sea

London. The UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome Charlotte Rumbol to the post of Executive Administrator to…

Is UNCLOS Fit for Protecting Human Rights at Sea?

London. UK. Dr. Elizabeth Mavropoulou provides a detailed commentary on one of the contemporary challenges that international law is facing…

New Policy Brief on Search and Rescue exposes EU countries disregard for human life and Frontex involvement in maritime pushbacks

London. UK. Human Rights at Sea today issues a new civil society policy briefing critically reviewing EU Member States and…

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