MACN recently released its latest guidance document titled “ESG Reporting on Anti-Corruption” for its members. Recognizing existing gaps and the lack of precise guidelines on this topic, we have developed this guidance document to support the integration of ethical principles and progress on anti-corruption into ESG reporting. The document also presents a complete overview of […]
MACN attended the International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network (#ISWAN) 2023 seminar held in Helsinki on 16 November. The seminar focused on the overarching theme: “Addressing the maritime recruitment crisis: Seafarer wellbeing in a changing world”. An often-hidden aspect of this ‘crisis’ is the illicit payments many seafarers in developing nations are requested to pay […]
Last week, MACN was invited to the 8th MOU PSC workshop at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London where we elaborated on MACN’s reporting data and potential risks associated with Port State Control inspections. We look forward to continuing this engagement with all MoUs and thank the IMO for this invitation.
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