The International Maritime Human Rights Conference & Dinner
The International Maritime Human Rights
Conference & Dinner
The Royal College of Surgeons, London
14 September 2016
‘Respect, Responsibility and Remedy in the Maritime Environment’
The rst International Maritime Human Rights Conference will bring together industry, civil society and government level leaders to explicitly address and debate the subject of maritime human rights and associated welfare issues throughout the maritime environment.
This event is organised by Ensign Events Ltd, a joint venture between Petrospot Ltd and Jeanius Consulting Ltd alongside the maritime human rights charity, Human Rights at Sea.
Registrations can be made via the event website www.mar-rights.com Sponsorship and delegate enquiries: Jerry Carter, Petrospot Ltd
Tel: +44 1295 814 455 | Email: email@example.com
Media Enquiries: Katherine Win eld, Jeanius Consulting Limited, Public Relations Consultants Tel: +44 1908 272850 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Maritime Human
Rights Conference and Dinner is a ground-breaking event which will openly tackle human rights requirements, abuses and protections in the maritime environment.
The impressive conference programme will focus on the core issues affecting human rights across the maritime sector with participation from key representatives of the ship-owning, LGBT, migration and shing communities.
Topics to be addressed include:
• Seafarer welfare – challenges, responsibilities and the future
• The shing community
• Gender and LGBT at sea
• CSR and the application of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
• Refugees, migrants, immigration and shipping – abuses, investigation and remedies.
The event will feature a keynote speech by Robert Goodwill, MP, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, and the expert speaker line-up includes global maritime industry leaders and world-renowned human rights advocates.
Book now for the conference and networking cocktail reception and dinner
Full day conference pass - £275
Dinner ticket - £195
Combined conference pass/dinner ticket - £395
Exhibition and sponsorship opportunities are also available