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10/13/2016

Photo gallery of the first Maritime Work Watch (MWW) seminar

This is a photo gallery of the first Maritime Work Watch (MWW) seminar, celebrated last 13 of september in Bilbao.

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09/26/2016

About a hundred of professionals analyzed the Maritime Law current regulation at Bilbao

The first seminar of the Maritime Work Watch (MWW) Research Network was held the 13th September and the IX ECLMR, which in turn took place on 14h 15th September at Bilbao, were celebrated successfully, gathering more than 100 Maritime Law professionals and Researchers at Bizkaia Aretoa- Conference Center of the University of the Basque Country.

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09/08/2016

Maritime Diary journal publish a notice about the I MWW

Seminar-Maritime Work Watch: An overview about the present and future challenges of the Maritime Labour Law, which will be held next 13th September at Bilbao (Spain) in the Bizkaia Aretoa Congress Center (Avda. Abandoibarra, 3).

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08/31/2016

MWW will teach the “European Social Law and Seafarers’ Rights Jean Monnet Module, during the Academic Course 2016/2017 at the University of the Basque

MWW will teach the “European Social Law and Seafarers’ Rights Jean Monnet Module, during the Academic Course 2016/2017 at the University of the Basque Country.  The objective of the course, financed by European Commission, is offer to students a general vision about the European social model through the greatest example of the major mobile workers in the world.

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07/01/2016

On 13th September will be held at Bilbao the I Seminar of the Maritime Work Watch/MWW Research Network

Next 13th September will be held the First Seminar MWW-Maritime Work Watch: Overview of Current Issues and future challenges in Maritime Labour Law in the Bizkaia Aretoa Congress Center (Abandoibarra Avenue, 3) at Bilbao (Spain).  In this event, different maritime labour law experts will analyse the labour and social conditions of workers that carry out their work at Sea. Three panels have been preview: The first panel dedicated to the Seafarers working and living conditions; The Second Panel about the Fishermen labour regulation in a globalized world and finally, in the third panel, different researchers will reflect about the situation of Dockers; workers in offshore platforms or in Yachting.  The seminar close with the participation of young researchers presenting papers about different issues related to the Seminar’s subject.

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07/01/2016

Maritime Work Watch participates in the IX European Colloquiun of Maritime Law Research

The IX European Colloquium of Maritime Law Research (ECLMR) will meet at Bilbao, in this new edition, leading European maritime law researchers on 14th and 15th September 2016. These meetings which have been organized biannually since 2000 in various European cities (Oslo 2000; Southampton 2002 Bologna / Ravenna, 2004, Nantes 2006, Athens 2008, Swansea 2010, Messina / Palemo, 2012 and Rotterdam, 2014),  arise from the initiative of Prof. Erik Røsæg (Scandinavian Institute of Maritime law-University of Oslo / Norway), who in collaboration with the University of Southampton undertsood the necessity to bring to maritime law researchers a space for reflection and debate about these issues. This time, the issue to address is the "Maritime liens, Mortgages and Forced sale of ships" and during it, there will be a panel where members of the Maritime Work Watch will describe from the labor law perspective considerations regarding wage claims, abandonment and protection of seafarers in such situations.  

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07/01/2016

Maritime Work Watch, European Research Network which analyses the seaworkers' social and labour conditions.

The Maritime Work Watch / MWW research network is an academic project which has developed out of collaboration between a group of reserachers with a shared interest in maritime labour. In this sense, we have become aware of the need to launch an initiative of this kind and submit it to the international community with a view to drawing together all the different research being carried out in this field within a single network.

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