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Law of the sea does not do enough for human rights of crews

Maritime Risk International

Law of the sea does not do enough for human rights of crews

United Nations conventions fail to provide the same explicit protection for human rights at sea as they do for human rights on land, professors tell House of Lords committee, writes David Osler of Lloyd’s List

United Nations conventions fail to provide the same explicit protection for human rights at sea as they do for human rights on land, the UK parliament has recently been told.

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