HRAS publishes Briefing Note on Criminalisation of Civil Society SAR Activities in the Mediterranean

Charity, Health and Safety, HR, Reports, Safety and Security — By on February 27, 2019 at 11:21 AM

26th February 2019 London. UK. 

Human Rights at Sea has published a new Briefing Note on the ‘Legal and Policy Matters Arising from the Increased Criminalisation of the Civil Society Search and Rescue Activities in the Mediterranean’.

This is the second publication on the issue of the increasing levels of criminalisation of civil society…

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Anastasia Papapetrou joins the Human Rights at Sea Internship Programme

 25th February 2019 London.UK.  Anastasia Papapetrou recently joined Human Rights at Sea’s Internship Programme to conduct remote legal research on the topic of Criminalisation of Maritime Search and Rescue, and other matters in support of the charity’s on-going advocacy work. Anastasia’s  internship with Human Rights at Sea is kindly supported by The Fishmongers’…

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