ITF: Calling All Seafarers To Make Their Voices Be Heard Through ‘Crew Change Crisis Survey’

Up to 400,000 seafarers still remain trapped working aboard vessels around the world due to COVID-19 travel and transit restrictions.

The ITF Crew Change Crisis Seafarer Survey for December is important to show governments, politicians, companies, and the media the impact this crisis is having on seafarers.

If you’re a seafarer, ITF wants to hear from you.

The survey will take 2-5 minutes. All responses will be completely confidential and anonymous.

There are only a few days left to add your voice to the ITF’s December Crew Change Survey so that we can show governments, politicians, companies, and the media the impact this crisis is having on the world’s seafarers so we can end the #CrewChangeCrisis now. Thank you!

Any personal data and responses submitted in this form will be collected and stored by the ITF and used solely for the purpose of advocating for a crew change. ITF will not share your personal data with any third parties without your consent.

Click here to go to the survey page

Reference: ITF Seafarers’ Support – Facebook

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  1. It’s being almost a year iam waiting for my joining in the ship, as I was newly recruited by carnival, now iam jobless and hopesless only waiting for my joining to work,

  2. Sir, Due to covid 19 situation not only the people stranded onboard have difficulties. Seafarers who are in home awaiting joining also getting affected with burden of depts. Because of loans and commitments we are facing very much difficulty. Also this has to be taken in account.
    Thank you.

  3. It is a pitty that seafarers is treated unfairly , we make the word strong, I of the opinion if nothing being done seafarers should short down operation.

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