MMA2016: Marine Conservation Society

Sanjay Mitra and Alisdair Naulls speaking after the Marine Conservation Society was awarded the First Sea Lord’s Digital Media Award at the Maritime Media Awards 2016 which were held on Tuesday, 25 October at the Institute of Directors, London. Find out more about the Marine Conservation Society at www.mcsuk.org.

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MMA2016: Diccon Green

Diccon Green of WAG TV, who won the Donald Gosling Award for Devonport: Inside The Royal Navy speaks to the Maritime Foundation’s Rob White at the Maritime Media Awards 2016 which were held at the Institute of Directors on Tuesday, 25 October 2016. Devonport: Inside The Royal Navy was produced by WAG TV for Discovery…

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MMA2016: Nick Jellicoe

Nick Jellicoe, whose Grandfather Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, commanded the British Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland talks to Rob White of the Maritime Foundation about being nominated for the Mountbatten Maritime Award for his book Jutland – The Unfinished Battle at the Maritime Media Awards which were held at the Institute of Directors…

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MMA2016: Ian Urbina, New York Times

New York Times reporter Ian Urbina talks to the Maritime Foundation’s Rob White after he was awarded the Desmond Wettern Media Award for journalism at the Maritime Media Awards 2016 which were held at the Institute of Directors, London on 25 October 2016.

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Seascape to SHESCAPE

Less than 2% of 1,250,000 seafarers, Low representation in engineering, Lack of role models at the top. Premièred at the Maritime Media Award 2016. Presented by Anshie Patel of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology. This film was made with the generous support of Seafarers UK – supporting the maritime community. A Maritime Films UK…

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EUBATS: Chris Parry

Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE on why he feels the European Union’s inability to deal with migration and maintaining our maritime borders demonstrates it is not able to formulate a strategy other than manage its own business at the EU, Britain and the Sea pre-referendum maritime briefing, which took place on Thursday, 9 June 2016…

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EUBATS: Peter Hore

Maritime Historian Peter Hore on the problem of Europe, its interlocking and overlapping complexity and why the UK can survive outside of the European Union at the EU, Britain and the Sea pre-referendum maritime briefing, which took place on Thursday, 9 June 2016 at The Naval Club, London and organised by the Maritime Foundation.

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EUBATS: Lars Carlsson

The EU, Britain and the Sea: Lars Carlsson talks about Windship – A Shipping Revolution, rethinking world trade at the EU, Britain and the Sea pre-referendum maritime briefing, which took place on Thursday, 9 June 2016 at The Naval Club, London and organised by the Maritime Foundation.

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