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Levels of seafarer bullying ‘have not changed in 30 years’

A study of published scientific literature reveals almost half of all women serving at sea have experienced bullying and harassment. Part of the reason is blurred boundaries between work and private life

The answer to bullying lies in enforcing compliance with existing regulations rather than in new regulations, a new report says. Further research is needed to dig deeper into the extent of such maltreatment of seafarers, the authors say

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