New legal note on duty to investigate abuses in the EU

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Human Rights at Sea logo 21022015Attached is an advisory note covering the duty to investigate human rights abuses at sea drafted by Stephenson Harwood LLP and Human Rights at Sea.

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Human Rights Abuses at Sea Article – Stephenson Harwood LLP & Human Rights at Sea

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