During Ramadan Indian seafarers remain abandoned in appalling conditions

Charity, Holidays, HR, Religion — By on May 28, 2019 at 4:46 AM

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During Ramadan Indian seafarers remain abandoned in appalling conditions

During the Ramadan period and prior to Eid, a time for giving, sharing and family time, there remain some Indian seafarers who continue to live in desperate conditions abandoned at sea. The ongoing issue of abandoned Indian seafarers off the UAE coast due to the continued failure by…
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India. Forum for Integrated National Security Seminar ‘Human Rights at Sea’ report published

23 May 2019 London. UK. / Mumbai. India. With permission, Human Rights at Sea publishes the final report and recommendations of the 2019 Forum for Integrated National Security (FINS) seminar on ‘Human Rights at Sea’ held at The Leela Hotel, Mumbai on 28 February 2019. The report details the current discussion, issues and concerns…

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