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Human Rights At Sea Receives Video Message Of Solidarity From 11 Seafarers In 8 Languages

Last Updated December 12, 2019

Human Rights At Sea Receives Video Message Of Solidarity From 11 Seafarers In 8 Languages

Human Rights At Sea Receives Video Message Of Solidarity From 11 Seafarers In 8 Languages

On World Human Rights Day 2019, eleven seafarers from the shipping industry showed their solidarity and support in a video message in 8 different languages to the Human Rights at Sea and its work for the development of the Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea which is an online platform that has been launched officially.

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“I am a sailor and I stand up for human rights at sea” was the message.

CEO, David Hammond, said: “As the clock passed midnight in the UK, a video message came through from a crew in South America thanking us for our charitable work and issuing a joint and unified message of solidarity for human rights at sea on this key day in the human rights calendar.”

Human Rights at Sea thanked and appreciated the crew for their support and engagement in their work. It also thanked its partners at the International Maritime Federation and the Chairman, Captain Sanjay Prashar, for his constant support from India.

Reference: human rights at sea

 

 

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