Training for the migrant crises

Migrants awaiting their fate on the Island of Lampedusa (Photo:Sara Prestianni / noborder network)

The ever-increasing rates of rescuing lives at sea and the fate of refugees in distress at high seas or in territorial waters, impose a new situation that has to be managed by seafarers. A course in Athens, Greece this February is offering an overview of the regulations of International Law, ...

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