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First woman head of port authority in Greece

Eirini Argiri has studied Chemical Engineering in the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), and has a Master in Mechanical Engineering from NTUA as well....


Pacific Community finalist for top Maritime Award

The Pacific Community (S.P.C.) as host institution of the Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre in the Pacific (M.T.C.C.-Pacific), has been named a finalist for the 2018...


Empowered Women Serving Others

Shipping Association of Jamaica’s President, Mrs Denise Lyn Fatt presented a speech to the students at the closing ceremony of the Women in Maritime Association of...


More women needed in maritime sector

MARITIME shipping is an integral and vital part of the international trade chain and relies on various components for its smooth and safe functioning. However,...


Maritime UK – Diversity Pledge

  The Women in Maritime pledge is the forerunner to the launch of the Women in Maritime Charter.  Signatories to the pledge will be making clear their...


Women naval officers who circumnavigated globe, share their experiences in Pune event

The officers have completed India’s first all-women circumnavigation expedition of the globe by covering 28,000 nautical miles in 8.5 months. A select group of women...


Women Offshore Launches Worldwide Virtual Mentorship Program

Since it’s launch on July 25, 2017, Women Offshore has been a resource for women who work in the maritime and offshore energy industries. On...


Women in the cruise industry: Carnival Maritime strengthens cooperation with WISTA

The German arm of the international association, WISTA Germany e.V, which is headquartered in Hamburg, elected a new board of directors at the beginning of...


Large maritime companies sign gender equality pledge

Forty large maritime companies have signed a gender equality pledge to address the paucity of women in the UK industry, where only 2 per cent...


Seawork’s next mission: attract more women into maritime industry

The minister’s speech focused on four main areas that are currently under scrutiny in the commercial marine industry. She addressed the importance of the maritime...

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