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Karl Turner MP Jun 25
On I’m thinking of my dear dad, Ken and his close pal ⁦⁩ who isn’t well at the moment. Both great NUS comrades who fought for better conditions for seafarers. Solidarity with our ⁦⁩ comrades especially those in the dispute.
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Sierra Oscar Jun 25
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Lenny⭐️Polls Jun 24
⛴️Pick a TV show about seafaring and post a crew member 🏝️
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Liverpool Seafarers Centre Jun 25
Today we celebrate paying tribute to the world's 1.5million seafarers and the 50,000 who pass through the Port of Liverpool each year - coming just weeks ahead of another major celebration on July 14
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Buhari's sister🇳🇬 Jun 25
Female Seafarers live at the Spot me there and retweet to win 50k!
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माथापच्ची 🇮🇳 Jun 25
Different shades of a Sailor. Happy
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Ben Bailey Jun 25
I'm paying tribute to all the men and women who work at sea. Thank you for everything you do. The battle for equality is not over, we still need more women in shipping and more spaces for those belonging to LGBTQI+ communities.
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CMO Odisha Jun 24
Seaborne transport is the backbone of global trade and economy. On , our appreciation for all seafarers, especially women seafarers who play crucial role in sustaining economic growth and spreading prosperity throughout the world.
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Olaf Merk Jun 25
There were sailors before there were farmers and shepherds. There were ships before people had settled in villages and made the first pottery. is not only an expression of gratitude, but also a reflection how to sustain one of our oldest activities in the future
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United Nations Jun 25
Get on board with gender equality at sea & beyond to show your support for women in the maritime world on Tuesday's .
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United Nations Jun 25
We rely on seafarers for many of our goods & products. On Tuesday's & every day, join in saying thank you to all those who serve the sea.
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Videotel Jun 25
Happy to all seafarers worldwide, we thank you for your work both onboard and ashore! This year we draw focus on empowering and increasing visibility of women at sea and ask everyone to get on board with gender equality!
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Clifton House Heritage Centre Jun 25
Today is and we thought it was appropriate to acknowledge one of the most important seafarers in our history. John McCracken was also a member of the Charitable Society, taking an active role in the affairs of the Poor House.
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United Nations Jun 24
Seafarers are the unsung heroes of the 🌊 . Tuesday's , highlights the opportunities for women in the maritime world.
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Cyprus Shipping Chamber Jun 25
The CSC Board is “on board” with gender equality in maritime professions. The International Shipping Community celebrates today the and the Shipping Chamber expresses its sincere gratitude to the 55,000 seafarers employed by its Member-Companies.
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Wallenius Wilhelmsen Jun 24
A huge thanks to the global seafaring community from everyone here at Wallenius Wilhelmsen! We appreciate your dedication and will continue to work for a diverse workforce on board. How will you be marking the day?
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Eddie Dempsey Jun 25
This is the Pipiriki, my father sailed in her out of KGV, Port of London. Solidarity with the brave men and women who work at sea today on and particularly members in in dispute. Keep fighting. We are behind you
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Copernicus EU Jun 25
Happy to all the navigators, be they on commercial ships, on sailing, leisure or rescue boats or on fishing vessels! For each of them, there is a Copernicus product offering (forecasts for waves, winds, currents, plankton, chlorophyll, maritime surveillance etc)
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United Nations Jun 24
On Tuesday's , join in celebrating the contribution made by seafarers around 🌎.
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IMO Jun 26
A big thank to you all, men and women who took part in our campaign. You clearly were onboard with our theme and the outreach has been fantastic. We hope this will provide another push for more inclusivity and gender balance in the maritime industry.
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