21 January 2016 – #headabovewater – “Ship recycling is risky work in Bangladesh.” In shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh, poorly paid workers dismantle giant tankers or ocean liners by hand. They are regularly exposed to hazardous substances like asbestos and lead. International controls are… More
23 November 2015 – “Opphugging av skip i Bangladesh” Interview with Ms Rizwana Hasan on national Norwegian tv NRK.
16 November 2015 – Struggle for Decent Work At Bangladeshi Ship Breaking The Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE) released yesterday a Bengali-language short documentary aimed at raising awareness about the labour rights- and environmental problems of shipbreaking in Chittagong, Bangladesh. The… More
20 May 2015 – French TV channel France 2 broadcast a report about the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong during its prime time news programme.
13 March 2015 – Scrapped Chittagong is Bangladesh’s second largest city and the heart of the country’s lucrative shipbreaking industry. RTD investigates appalling working conditions and human rights violations in the shipbreaking yards. With no health and safety provisions or proper training, employees… More
5 February 2015- Where Giant Cargo Ships Go to Die There aren’t too many places left in the world where the practice of ship breaking—scrapping old ships for metal—can still exist. These days, environmental and labor regulations in the developed world have displaced… More
4 February 2015 – Das Containerschiff “King Justus” fuhr geradewegs in die Pleite. Bei seiner Verschrottung in Indien kam ein Mann ums Leben. Welche Rolle spielte die NordLB in Hannover dabei? Click here to access the video online
8 January 2015- Auf dem Tankerfriedhof Images from Chittagong, Bangladesh, which were filmed by a team from German TV channel ZDF and used for their documentary “Giftiger Tankerschrott für Bangladesch”, were given to channel 3sat to edit a short piece. The documentary shows… More
30 December 2014 – #headabovewater – “My heart was broken at the beginning of my life.” The images from Chittagong, Bangladesh were filmed by German media Deutsche Welle. Every day, around 20,000 workers risk their lives in the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong, Bangladesh…. More
30 December 2014 – #headabovewater – Shipbreaker: “We shouted for help but nobody heard us.” The images from Chittagong, Bangladesh were filmed by German media Deutsche Welle. Accidents are common in the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong. And very often, those who get hurt… More