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ICS Diversity Tracker

Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: International Chamber Of Shipping
Genre: Guide
Publisher: International Chamber Of Shipping
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 51
Description: ICS produced this report to track diversity in shipping following the publication of an International Labour Organization (ILO) paper focussing on the recruitment and retention of seafarers and promotion of opportunities for women seafarers. It came from a request to follow up on two resolutions:
1. Recruitment and retention of seafarers; and
2. Promotion of opportunities for women seafarers.
Section 5 of this report highlights information from the ILO study and section 6 presents the results of an ICS survey on diversity conducted in Autumn 2019. Section 7 outlines key conclusions based on the report and the survey, and gives recommendations for companies looking to build a diverse workforce.
The results predate the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic outbreak and recent concerns relating to the Black Lives Matter movement, but was produced after concerns raised by the “Me Too” campaign.



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