Seafarers

Confronting the sexual abuse narrative pervading an indifferent shipping industry

London. UK. The Lloyds List article ‘Maersk suspends crew after rape allegation involving cadet’ has rightly challenged the current narrative and…

Tugs Towing & Offshore -Newsletter 80 – 2021 -PDF

Expansion of Port Welfare Committees in Australia driven by the changing dynamics of seafarer care

“Australia still leads the way in this respect, as there are not many countries around the world that have a…

IMO : Spotlighting the role of seafarers on World Maritime Day

World Maritime Day 2021 highlights “Seafarers: At the core of shipping’s future”. ​​​​Seafarers will share their views during a webinar…

World Maritime Day 2021: Bitter-Sweet and still failing to effectively tackle Impunity and Abuse at Sea

London. UK. World Maritime Day is celebrated annually on 30 September with a new theme. This year it is framed…

WMU : The World of the Seafarer Webinar

In honour of World Maritime Day 2021, the World Maritime University (WMU) hosted an Alumni Webinar on 23 September that…

HRAS Pursues Australian Legislative Change for Long-Term Maritime Levy Seafarer Support

LONDON. UK. In the past months, Human Rights at Sea, along with in-country partners, has been discreetly pursuing its Maritime…

New Case Study Addressing the Future of Seafaring in Kiribati

London. UK. / Brisbane, Australia.  A globally dispersed community of seafarers from Kiribati are at the epicenter of an arduous…

Seafarers : Abandoned ALI BEY Crew Provide Bleak Video Testimony of their Circumstances in Romania

“We’re still living here in the vessel like a jail…we can not go outside, we can not make anything, we…

WMU : Protecting Women as Workers in the Maritime Environment and the MLC, 2006

As part of the Dialogue on Gender Integration and Maritime Security Workshop, hosted by the William Perry Center for Hemispheric…

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