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The HRAS Interview: Steven Jones - 5th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Offshore CSR Forum

5th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Offshore CSR Forum “Best Industry Practices- A competitive advantage”

Doing “good”, and the “right thing” are fine and noble concepts, but for an industry as diverse as shipping, it is unclear what can, should and will be done in the name of corporate social responsibility. 280 more words

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Press Release: Human Rights at Sea & the UNiTE to Violence Against Women Campaign: 16 Days of Activism

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Human Rights at Sea is lending its support and voice to the UN-led UNiTE to End Violence Against Women Campaign which runs throughout the ’16 Days of Activism’ between 25 November – 10 December 2015 ending on International Human Rights Day. 598 more words

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After the Paris Attacks

Since Saturday, I’m not able to do any work. I know I have to read a 500 pages book about Indian’s history since the Independence till today. 946 more words

Audrey Durgairajan

Human Rights at Sea launches new Gender and LGBT at Sea work areas

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Human Rights at Sea launches new Gender and LGBT work areas

“There are 17 sustainable development goals all based on a single, guiding principle: to leave no one behind. 250 more words

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International Issues Guest Speaker Discusses Humanitarian Work in Africa

Emily Nohner ’03 visited Ms. Susie Sisson’s Block H International Issues class on Monday, Nov. 9 to share insights with the students about her experiences working with humanitarian aid groups in Africa. 254 more words

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Hebron is burning! A request from Palestine-UK Social Work Network on behalf of Riad Arar, our colleague in Hebron

Dear friend,

Are you able to make your voice heard in support of our colleagues in Palestine?

You will probably know that the difficult situation in Palestine has become ever more parlous. 362 more words


Is the Price of the Barbie Doll a French Refugee Camp?

We are proud to carry this excellent piece from our very own Rachael O’Sullivan which appeared in todays Evening Echo. As Rebels we may tend to shun the mainstream at times, but we are delighted that one of our Rebel City Writers has gotten a well deserved platform for her exquisite wordmanship and selfless humanitarian work. 2,082 more words

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