Elizabeth Mavropoulou

Elizabeth Mavropoulou

Elizabeth Mavropoulou (LL.B, LL.M and DPhil Candidate) is Charity Administrator and Programme Manager at UK-based, maritime human rights charity, Human Rights at Sea. She is a Greek qualified lawyer (non-practising) and she holds an LLM (with Distinction) on International Law from the University of Westminster. She is currently a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster where she is writing her doctoral thesis on international refugee law. She has been with Human Rights at Sea since the very beginning, in various roles, from legal intern to pro-bono advocate and now she acts as a the Administrator and Programme manager, responsible for the day to day running of the charity and its projects.

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HRAS condemns seafarers abandonment in UAE

Elizabeth Mavropoulou, Charity Administrator & Programme Manager at HRAS, provides a short comment on the HRAS Case Study on the Seafarers Abandonment in the UAE. Namely, 40 crew members, of whom 30 Indian nationals, were stranded in three vessels owned by the same shipping company.

Maritime Business and Human Rights: Challenging the way forward

Mrs Elizabeth Mavropoulou, Charity Administrator and Programme Manager at Human Rights at Sea, addresses the issue of maritime human rights, referring to the many actions undertaken by the “Human Rights at Sea”, a registered UK Charity, which aims to bring the topic to the table.


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