• HRAS comment on jailed crew

    Verdict deemed a travesty. Human Rights at Sea comments on Indian judicial sentence of Seaman Guard Ohio Crew David Hammond, CEO Human Rights at Sea It has been reported that […]

  • HRAS launches new app

    HRAS continues to work on behalf of all at sea. Human Rights at Sea & International Bar Association launch initiative to capture maritime abuses with eyeWitness App Human Rights at […]

  • HRAS becomes registered charity

    Human Rights at Sea becomes a Registered Charity PRESS RELEASE London 21 May 2015. Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) is very pleased to be able to announce that it has become […]

  • Human Rights at Sea: int’l campaign

    New long-term advocacy campaign launched. Human Rights at Sea launches new “Unlocking the issue” international campaign Press Release “There is no requirement for human rights at sea….what happens at sea […]

  • Maritime charities appeal for Seaman Guard Ohio crew

    Crew now held for over 500 days.  Maritime charities appeal for action for MV Seaman Guard Ohio crew Indian authorities acting unlawfully with continued detention of MV Seaman Guard Ohio crew: maritime […]

  • HRAS updates murder video analysis

    Shocking video prompted murder investigation.  HRAS updates translation analysis of YouTube footage depicting murder of seafarers HRAS continues an independent investigation into the murder of five seafarers in international waters, with […]

  • HRAS begins murder investigation

    Human Rights Leader Starts Video Murder Investigation Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) has started its own international investigation into the murders of seafarers in international waters as a result of […]

  • Barrister Takes on Slavery at Sea

    Children exploited for slavery and piracy. Barrister Takes on Slavery at Sea Children’s rights are being abused in Africa as they are exploited for slavery and through trafficking. Children are also […]