The NGO Shipbreaking Platform is a coalition of 19 environmental, human rights and labour rights organisations working to prevent the dangerous pollution and unsafe working conditions caused when end-of-life ships containing toxic materials in their structure are freely traded in the global marketplace.
Report by Indian research institute reveals poor enforcement of occupational health and safety provisions Brussels, 18 December 2014 – The working and living conditions at the shipbreaking yards of Alang, India, remain alarmingly poor, argues a new study published in the Economic &… More
Platform News – “Toxic ships for Bangladesh”: A TV documentary on German ship owners and their shipbreaking practices
Sunday 26 October 2014, 14:45 – 15:15 on German state TV channel ZDF Read this Platform News in German … More
Platform News – “Giftiger Tankerschrott für Bangladesch”: Fernsehdokumentation über deutsche Reeder und die Abwrackpraxis ihrer Schrottschiffe
26. Oktober 2014, 14:45-15:15 auf dem ZDF (im Rahmen des Programmes planet e) Brüssel, 23. Oktober 2014 – Erst letzten Monat hat… More
Brussels, 9 October 2014 – The NGO Shipbreaking Platform publishes today the third South Asia Quarterly Update, a briefing paper in which it informs about the shipbreaking industry in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan.Providing an overview of vessels broken on the beaches of South… More