Women in Maritime

  • Top 3 female lawyers honoured

    Three distinguished female lawyers have been honoured for their various roles in the maritime boundary dispute between Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire at the Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), which Ghana won.

  • India: Women no more at sea in the shipping...

    Sangeeta Sharma, a Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) veteran of 32 years, has been picked by the government headhunter Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB), to run the State-run ocean carrier’s liner and passenger services unit, as more women break the glass ceiling to occupy leadership roles in an industry traditionally dominated by men.

  • Maritime woman: Merle San Pedro

    One lady who is making the rounds of the country’s maritime industry today is Merle Jimenez-San Pedro, chair of the Movement for Maritime Philippines (MMP). Encouraged by the election commitment of President Rodrigo Duterte to give attention to the maritime industry, Merle and the MMP are zealously promoting the adoption of a National Maritime Agenda (NMA), which will serve as the blueprint for achieving inclusive and sustainable socio-economic growth in the country through the maritime industry.

  • E.U. Ministers Agree Maritime Transport Policy

    E.U. Ministers of Transportation sent a strong signal of continued support for the European maritime sector at a meeting of the Council of Ministers this week and adopted their priorities for the maritime transportation policy until 2020. 

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Top 3 female lawyers honoured

Three distinguished female lawyers have been honoured for their various roles in the maritime boundary dispute between Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire at the Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), which Ghana won.

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India: Women no more at sea in the shipping industry

Sangeeta Sharma, a Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) veteran of 32 years, has been picked by the government headhunter Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB), to run the State-run ocean carrier’s liner and passenger services unit, as more women break the glass ceiling to occupy leadership roles in an industry traditionally dominated by men.

English

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