Ethical Corporation Partners with Human Rights at Sea
Human Rights at Sea is very pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Ethical Corporation for development of the profile of charity’s work in the international business sector for matters concerning human rights in the maritime environment.
Liam Dowd, Managing Director of Ethical Corporation, said of the partnership with HRAS, “We’re delighted to be partnering with Human Rights at Sea to catalyze the conversation on human rights risks within the maritime environment and the increasing need for companies to do more. With a combination our global events platform and Human Rights at Sea’s knowledge of welfare issues, we’re confident of making a real, tangible impact.”
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David Hammond, CEO Human Rights at Sea, said: “We were very impressed with the positive engagement with our charity from the outset by Ethical Corporation and this new partnership will continue to reinforce the profile of our emerging human rights work throughout the international business community. The importance of effectively using web technology, web platforms and conferencing cannot be underestimated in building accurate narratives.”
HRAS Hosts first E.U. Erasmus Intern
Human Rights at Sea is pleased to introduce the first EU Erasmus intern to our charity and Internship Programme.
Melanie Glodkiewicz has joined the charity for six months and will be spending the first month in support of UK operations and the International Maritime Human Rights conference before being seconded to the German-led SeaWatch migrant rescue team based in Malta. There, she will run the HRAS-SeaWatch blog as well as being a core member of the SeaWatch team.
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