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Mission to Seafarers hosting debate at Posidonia, Friday 10 June 2016, 11am to 12 noon, at the Posidonia Conference Centre, click link for more info:
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The Mission to Seafarers Manila has come to the aid of a Filipino seafarer and his family after a tanker was attacked by pirates: http://ow.ly/ZNw7Z
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The Mission to Seafarers has announced that it will be opening a new seafarers’ centre and families’ support project in Yangon Myanmar.

Read more here: http://ow.ly/YWmz5
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Returning to Singapore on Friday 15 July 2016 at the Shangri-La Hotel, the 9th Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia promises to be a memorable night of celebrating the achievements of the industry and recognising the efforts of seafarers!

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Yesterday was the celebration of Ash Wednesday. This day marks the first day of Lent, which is an important time set aside for spiritual reflection often involves a shared commitment to change during the period of 40 days before Easter. Many thanks to our supporters all around the world who have dedicated their Lent to helping to improve the lives of seafarers and their families.
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88-year-old Marcia Scholes of Fitzgibbon has been nominated for a Volunteering Queensland Lifetime Contribution to Volunteering Award for her 70 years of dedication to The Mission to Seafarers! Thanks to her and all our volunteers around the world providing the support that seafarers need!
“88-year-old Marcia Scholes of Fitzgibbon has been nominated for a Volunteering Queensland Lifetime Contribution to Volunteering Award for her 70 years of…”
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Shocking what some seafarers have to go through: http://bit.ly/1TeF5qv “Some of the stuff I saw was really dark. And (it’s) kind of shocking that this exists and not in isolated fashion, (but) in pervasive fashion, be it sea slavery or sex slavery or really acute violence or just hardship."
An investigative reporter for the New York Times spoke about his experience reporting on the lawlessness at sea.
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Some seafarers in Antwerp Port. Click below to check out our Instagram!
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Families’ talk of their anguish at five year jail sentences ahead of the bail hearing and seek a second appeal in the High Court:
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How will the Mission respond to seafarers needs in the 21st Century? Secretary General Andrew Wright gives us some insight.....

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New babies feature strongly in the lives of our Chaplains and port volunteers – and only occasionally their own! One of the most regular stories I hear is of seafarers who meet their new son...
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We're deeply saddened by verdict of ‪#‎SeamanGuardOhio‬ case, read our statement here:
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Support and welfare for the world's 1.5 million merchant seafarers
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There for seafarers in 260 ports worldwide

Piracy, shipwreck, abandonment and separation from loved ones are just a few of the problems merchant seafarers face. Around the world, The Mission to Seafarers provides help and support to the 1.5 million men and women who face danger every day to keep our global economy afloat.

We work in 260 ports caring for seafarers of all ranks, nationalities and beliefs. Through our global network of chaplains, staff and volunteers we offer practical, emotional and spiritual support to seafarers through ship visits, drop-in centres and a range of welfare and emergency support services.