HRAS News: Northern Ireland Fisheries Non-EEA crew anti-slavery & trafficking report

Associations, Charity, Health and Safety, HR, Reports, Safety and Security — By on October 27, 2017 at 1:18 PM

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Northern Ireland Fisheries Non-EEA crew anti-slavery & trafficking report

PRESS RELEASE 26 October 2017  Northern Ireland Fisheries Non-EEA Crew anti-slavery & trafficking report issued Human Rights at Sea, today publicly issues its independent project report and a fishing industry response into the non-EEA crew issue in Northern Ireland, and which has been linked to the on-going investigations and drive to highlight the issue of slavery and trafficking across all UK industry sectors. Globally, there is …continue reading »

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IMO responds to HRAS Commentary concerning seafarer abandonment

IMO Response to HRAS Commentary Following the 20th October commentary from Human Rights at Sea concerning the issue of seafarer abandonment and assertion of continuing owner impunity, the IMO has submitted a response and clarification to the HRAS commentary which the charity is pleased to publish as a matter of transparency and clarity. The IMO clarification relates to the position and use of the IMO/ILO …continue reading »

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