We are an international membership organisation set up to promote the welfare and wellbeing and seafarers throughout the world. We work for the practical implementation of International Labour Organisations conventions and instruments affecting seafarers.
We actively encourage organisations and companies to join ISWAN. Companies can join as associate members. Please contact Roger Harris, the Executive Director, for further details roger.harris[at]iswan.org.uk.
Applications to join the International Seafarers' Welfare & Assitance Netwrok should be made in writing to the following address:
Applications should be supported by the following documents:
- A brief background of your organisation, its political origins, objectives, current status and plans for the future.
- Sources of funding for your organisation and its project work (if any)
- Affiliations with other organisations and trade unions
- Articles of Association, Memorandum of Association, Governing Rules etc.
- Details of current projects (if any)
- Recent financial statement or annual report.
All documents will be treated as confidential, and returned on completion of the application process.
All applications will be reviewed and approved by the Board of Trustees of the ISWAN.
Sunday, 14 October 2012 02:08
If any ship is going to be on the anchor for more than a week then please let the chaplain know at the Melbourne Mission to Seafarers when you arrive in port and I will do my best to ensure that you receive your recharge cards for, Optus, Gotalk, Lyca and if you need anything that the launch can bring out I will try to get it on the launch and you can pay the mission when you dock in port.
Thursday, 31 May 2012 06:00
posted by Dattatray Joshi
I am individual interested to serve for running welfare projects, I am based in Goa India presently working for Great off shore shipping company as cheif engineer on contract basis. Appreciate if opportunity given in any of your projects.
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