ISWAN has launched a third Good Mental Health Guide for Seafarers entitled Managing Stress and Sleeping Well at Sea.
A new crew connectivity report reveals the impact on seafarers of being away at sea for months at a time with little or no internet access.
More than a quarter of seafarers show signs of depression – and many won’t ask for help, according to a study of seafarers’ mental health presented at Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea conference on 16 March, London.
HRAS announces a new partnership with the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre through the launching this week of the new global platform for recording cases of maritime human rights abuses.
HRAS launches the second in its series of freely available educational films and accompanying infographics concerning maritime human rights protections and their impact on the maritime community.
This Best Practices Guide has been created to address instances of Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment and other prohibited behaviors in the U.S. Merchant Marine.
Seafarers can be on vessels for months at a time, while at home the world keeps turning without them and it becomes usual for the men and women manning the global fleet to miss Christmases and birthdays.
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust is putting out a Call for Expressions of Interest for collaborating centres to undertake vital research into suicide among seafarers.
Nautilus International has written to the Angolan ambassador to the UK to protest about the unjust treatment of the crew of an offshore support vessel detained in the port of Soyo.