Human Rights at Sea publishes its Annual Report for the year ending May 2016 today.
The 40-page report comprehensively lays out the development and achievements of the UK-based charity’s third year of operation.
Founded in April 2014 by CEO David Hammond, the charity raises awareness and accountability for human rights in the maritime environment. Hammond says: “This third publicly available Annual Report ably demonstrates the efforts of our team in investigating, educating and advocating about on-going human rights abuses at sea around the world.
“Once again, I am hugely proud of the team’s efforts in consistently delivering high-quality advocacy materials. Achieved on a very limited budget, they put into perspective just what can be done with a value-for-money business model that focuses on the frontline.”
The report is available for download on the charity’s site: https://www.humanrightsatsea.org/human-rights-at-sea-publishes-third-annual-report/
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