• RightShip and Human Rights at Sea join forces to...

    RightShip, the world’s leading maritime risk due diligence and environmental assessment organisation, and the independent civil society charity, Human Rights at Sea, have signed a new long-term partnership agreement to help improve seafarer welfare, the organisations have announced today.

  • SQLearn Offers COVID-19 E-Learning Course for...

    Further to the latest developments of the coronavirus pandemic and its effect on the global economy and especially in the shipping industry, SQLearn has developed an e-learning course to create awareness for the COVID-19 pandemic based on IMO advice and relevant WHO guidance.

  • Concordia Damen Nominated To Build New,...

    Following a competitive European tender process, Concordia Damen has been nominated to build a new training vessel for the STC Group. The new vessel will be used in the training of students on maritime courses.

  • Stena Bulk and Admiral Makarov University agree...

    The Swedish shipping company Stena Bulk and Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping (SUMIS) reached an agreement on creating a personalized class at the university, intended for basic and advanced training of shipboard personnel for the company’s oil tankers, SUMIS says in a press release.

  • Shipping agency signs MoU with Youth department...

    The State Department for Shipping and Maritime and State Department for Youth have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to facilitate the training and skills development for Kenyan youth seeking employment as seafarers on board international ships.


How to deal with international arbitration in maritime during pandemic

A look at how maritime arbitration is adapting to the current situation.In conversation with Richard Briggs, Executive Partner at Hadef & Partners and Vice Chairman at EMAC. Covid-19 has impacted all industries and every aspect of our lives. What is the extent of impact of the pandemic on international arbitration?