VOYAGES OF ABUSE — SEAFARERS HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
|Author(s)||A. D. Couper|
|D O W N L O A D|
Here is one of the most useful and so much needed additions to the available ocean related literature. the content of the publication has been written very well and in a very understandable manner making it interested even for a general reader. The book contains detailed case studies shaking some consciences.
It is an excellent contribution to the ongoing discussion concerning the global governance in the maritime industry and is expected to be helpful in persuading people remaining opposed to the position that the flag authorities' rights are becoming their responsibilities. All of the industry experts recommend this title to the people interested in maritime shipping.
The authors of the volume draw on live studies trying to illustrate all of the issues covered, as well as the examples of the incompetent company management. The authors have also demonstrated that the governments sometimes pay little to no attention to the robbery, deprivation, abandonment and even death cases perpetrated by the ship owners abusing human rights on board their vessels. As you can see, all of the issues addressed in the book are of a really critical importance, so you would better have a look...
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