Day of the Seafarer 2021 explores fair future

The Day of the Seafarer, held on 25 June every year, draws global attention to the contribution that seafarers make to world trade.

As the world slowly moves through the pandemic, it is more important than ever not only to acknowledge the efforts that seafarers have made to keeping the supply chain open despite extremely challenging conditions, but also to ensure that the future being built is one that is fair to them.

This is why IMO’s 2021 Day of the Seafarer campaign has chosen the theme of “A Fair Future for Seafarers”.

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Seafarers as Key Workers, but more importantly, Human Beings

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On International Day of the Seafarer, while it is imperative to designate seafarers as key workers, it is equally, if not more important, to recognise them as human beings with real needs.

Here is a touching tribute to the trials and tribulations that the seafarers go through on a day to day basis..

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Day of the Seafarer 2017 and why #seafarersmatter

Day of the Seafarer #seafarersmatter

In recognition of the seafarer’s contribution to global trade, every year on the 25th of June the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) celebrates DAY OF THE SEAFARER to celebrate seafarers and let the world know how and why seafarers are indispensable to everyone..

Here’s why #seafarersmatter and how you can assist in acknowledging their services to the industry..

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Day of the Seafarer – June 2014

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Day of the Seafarer – June 2014

As is done every year, this year 25th June 2014 is the day dedicated to the Seafarer under the auspices of the International Maritime Organisation..

Share your views and thoughts on how Seafarers have made a difference in your life/career..

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