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Press Release: Human Rights at Sea Publishes Third Annual Report

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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… Read more »

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The economic dimension of the Rohingya crisis, an additional underlying cause of the reported international law violations

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Written by Laureen Bokanda-Masson Following the attack of border-control posts carried out by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on 25 August 2017, the Burmese military has responded by conducting repression operations leading to a new major wave of migration in an attempt by the Rohingya to flee inter-community violence. Though the tensions are largely… Read more »

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Dan Plesch: Long-hidden World War II files offer another way to prosecute war crimes

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Dan Plesch, Director of the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS, University of London, has written an article for the news website “The Conversation”. Plesch’s article explains how documents from the Second World War reveal an alternative way to prosecute war crimes. To read the article, click below: https://theconversation.com/long-hidden-world-war-ii-files-offer-another-way-to-prosecute-war-crimes-83619   Image source: www.unwcc.org  … Read more »