Abandoned Indian Seafarer Family Statement on behalf of Captain Swaminathan

Charity, Health and Safety, HR, Safety and Security — By on March 11, 2019 at 11:30 AM

8 March 2019 “I just want him home. I want his safety and I want him back” Mumbai, India. Human Rights at Sea today publishes the first of a series of follow-up family focused case studies for those Indian seafarers still abandoned, some reportedly for over 33 months, offshore the UAE. With a headline…

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