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Maritime Facts and Figures: WOMEN IN MARITIME

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"Empowering Women in the Maritime Community" was the World Maritime Day theme for 2019. The theme provided an opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of gender equality, in line with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and to highlight the important contribution of women all over the world to the maritime sector. 

The Council of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), meeting for its 120th session at IMO Headquarters in London, endorsed the theme, following a proposal by IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim.   “IMO has a strong commitment to helping achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and continues to support the participation of women in both shore-based and seagoing posts, in line with the goals outlined under SDG 5: 'Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls',” Mr Lim said.  Read More 
 

Organizations

Inaugural International Day for Women in Maritime


The first International Day for Women in Maritime was held May 18 2022.  The proposal to establish an International Day for Women in Maritime was approved by IMO's Technical Cooperation Committee (TC) in September 2021 and subsequently endorsed by the IMO Council in November 2021.  The inaugural IMO International Day for Women in Maritime focused on the theme "Training-Visibility-Recognition: Supporting a barrier-free working environment”. Read More

Below are links to media coverage relating to international events celebrating the inaugural International Day for Women in Maritime.


  1. The Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure launched “She of Caliber” initiativeZawya.  23 May 2022.
  2. Mauritius marks first ever International Day of Women working in maritime industryGovernment of Mauritius.  19 May 2022.
  3. News: Maritime UK launches Global Women in Maritime Series.   Maritime UK. 18 May 2022.
  4. On the International Day for Women in Maritime, University President Shares Her Experiences and Hopes.  Pew Charitable Trusts.  18 May 2022.
  5. Women in the maritime industry celebrated.  Government of Australia. 18 May 2022.
  6. Maritime Authority Of Jamaica Official Wants More Women Leaders In Industry.  Jamaica Information Service. 18 May 2022.
  7. Celebrating the inaugural International Women in Maritime Day, The Mission to Seafarers publishes Women Seafarers Report.  Mission to Seafarers. 18 May 2022.
  8. Women Seafarers - Report 2022Mission to Seafarers. 18 May 2022
  9. Women breaking the ceiling in male-dominated maritime jobs.  Business Daily (Kenya). 18 May 2022.  
  10. Breaking the stereotype.  Borneo Bulletin (Brunei Darussalam).  18 May 2022.
  11. Celebrating the International Maritime Organization’s first International Day for Women in Maritime.  Standard Club. 18 May 2022.
  12. Belgian Shipping features daily nominee to celebrate first International Day of Women in Maritime.  Royal Belgian Shipowners’ Association. 18 May 2022.
  13. UN marks first ever international day spotlighting women working in the maritime industry.  UN News. 18 May 2022.  
  14. Women are climbing the maritime career ladder, Caribbean port official saysWorkBoat. 17 May 2022.  
  15. Liberia IMO Rep Pushes for More Women in Maritime.  New Republic Liberia. 17 May 2022.  
  16. Greece 2022: Women with their hands on the helm. Lloyd’s List. 17 May 2022.
  17. International Day for Women in Maritime: VDR sees need for action.  German Shipowners' Association. 17 May 2022.  
  18. It’s time women steer maritime sector to achieve blue economy gains.  The Star (Kenya).  16 May 2022
  19. Waves of women empowerment: Merchant fleet with all female crew sets sailFree Press Journal (India).  15 May 2022.
  20. Women who have chosen sailing as a career have broken stereotypes: MoS External Affairs and Culture.   Government of India. 14 May 2022. 

Media Coverage 2024

 

Below are links to selected content, from the global media, relating to Women in Maritime throughout 2024.


  1. Commissioner apologises after Border Force review finds widespread sexual harassment and discrimination among marine ranks.  ABC (Australia).  24 April 2024.
  2. New scholarship will tackle gender imbalance in shipping.  City, Universty of London. Bayes Business School.  21 April 2024.
  3. New gender equality toolkit for the ocean sectorThe Commonwealth. 19 April 2024.
  4. Indian woman cadet on vessel MSC Aries returns home Government of India.  18 April 2024.
  5. Norway puts gender equality at sea on the international agenda.  Government of Norway.  11 April 2024.
  6. Meet Three Women Charting a Course for the Future at the Port.  Port of Seattle.  11 April 2024.
  7. National WISTA Association to create opportunities for women in maritime industry.  The Gleaner (Jamaica).  4 April 2024.
  8. Researchers scrutinise gender equity in transport.  Nautilus International.  3 April 2024.
  9. Being a woman in the Maritime Industry.  Spinnaker Global Ltd.  11 March 2024.
  10. Progress and challenges on diversity in maritime.  Splash 247.com.  8 March 2024.
  11. Women in maritime: industry urged to do more for gender equalityRiviera Maritime.  8 March 2024.
  12. Anchoring Change: Women’s Influence in the Maritime Sphere.  The Sun (Malaysia).  8 March 2024.
  13. Women in Maritime continue to#InspireInclusion.  Jamaica Observer.  7 March 2024.
  14. Why we should mind the gender gap: Achieving equity.  Safety4Sea.  6 March 2024.
  15. Princess Anne calls for more women to join maritime workforce at Dubai conference.  The National (UAE).  1 March 2024.
  16. Cabinet approves gender equality award in shipping.  Cyprus Mail.  22 February 2024.
  17. Mersey Maritime hosts first regional WISTA UK event celebrating diversity.  Shipmanagement International.  20 February 2024.
  18. Podcast:  Maritime Masterclass with Captain Alexandra Hagerty, Founder of Captains without BordersSeatrade Maritime News.  8 Feburary 2024.
  19. DFDS launches new talent programme for female students.  DFDS Group.  26 January 2024.
  20. Panama Canal Appoints First-Ever Chief [Female] Sustainability Officer.  Panama Canal Authority.  24 January 2024.
  21. Women in Green Shipping tee up group to go mainstreamTradeWinds.  19 January 2024
  22. David Appleton: the UK needs to step up for female officersNautilus International.  8 January 2024.
  23. First female deputy secretary general appointed at Bimco.  TradeWinds. 3 January 2024.

Women in Maritime Media Coverage 2023

 

Below are links to selected content, from the global media, relating to Women in Maritime throughout 2023.


  1. U.S. Coast Guard Under Pressure From Congress Over Abuse InvestigationsMaritime Execitive.  12 December 2023.
  2. US Coast Guard leaders long concealed a critical report about racism, hazing and sexual misconductCNN.  30 November 2023.
  3. Report: Women and minorities still outnumbered in shipping offices  ShippingWatch.  29 November 2023.
  4. Shipping company employees want action not words on DEISeatrade Maritime News.  28 November 2023. 
  5. Innovation and Growth Take Center Stage at the 4th Annual Maritime SheEO Conference in MumbaiDeccan Herald (India).  27 November 2023.
  6. Maersk ties up with Training Ship Rahaman to offer rating course for womenEconomic Times (India).  19 November 2023.
  7. Podcast - In Focus: Diversity, equity and inclusion at seaSeatrade Maritime News.  14 November 2023.
  8. Crowley faces sexual assault lawsuit brought by female cadetTradeWinds.  7 November 2023.
  9. WiMAC welcomes new leadershipCaribbean National Weekly.  26 October 2023.
  10. Tackling sexual harassment at seaInstitute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST).  23 October 2023.
  11. Her maritime story: women who were always thereNautilus International.  20 October 2023.
  12. Women’s participation key in the Blue EconomyUnited Nations Development Progra  mme (UNDP).  19 October 2023.
  13. Sea Shepherd ditches direct action for cooperationBusiness Times (Singapore).  10 October 2023.
  14. Equal opportunity, representation for women focus at WiMAC conferenceThe Gleaner (Jamaica).  10 October 2023.
  15. Women in Maritime Association Caribbean hailed as beacon for women and girlsJamaica Observer.  5 Octobetr 2023.
  16. Women Achieving Leadership Roles in Maritime Industry Must Be Sustained Jamaica Information Service.  4 October 2023.
  17. US Coast Guard strengthens measures against violations on shipsShippingWatch.  4 October 2023.
  18. Women’s rights held hostage at UN, say former leadersThe Guardian.  2 October 2023.
  19. Overseas Shipholding Group Pledges $30,000 for Women Offshore ScholarshipsOverseas Shipholding Group.  29 September 2023.
  20. Women demand more roles in maritime sectorPunch (Nigeria).  28 September 2023.
  21. Lloyd's Register Foundation backs Sea Shepherd Global’s Initiative for African female seafarersLloyd's Register Foundaton.  26 September 2023.
  22. Professionals: Shipping has a bad image and struggles to attract womenShippingWatch.  25 September 2023.
  23. Malmö Class of 2024 Inauguration - Record Enrolment of WomenWorld Maritime University (Sweden).  20 September 2023.
  24. Gender gap persists on road to the SDGs: UN WomenUN News.  7 September 2023.
  25. Women's participation in Gulf of Guinea maritime domain remains low – KAIPTC CommandantGhana News Agency.  September 5 2023.
  26. Maritime Conference in Gqeberha addresses gender gapSouth African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).  30 August 2023.
  27. From grit to glory: Setting sail against all the oddsGulf News (UAE).  25 August 2023.
  28. UNODC empowers female officers in maritime law enforcement with pioneering vessel navigation training. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).  25 August 2023.
  29. Sea change: Indian women are making their presence felt in merchant navyThe Tribune.  20 August 2023.
  30. Transnet's National Ports Authority celebrates with all-women shiftsSouth African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).  9 August 2023.
  31. Meet Three Women Navigating the Cruise Industry.  Port of Seattle.  8 August 2023.
  32. Turkish army appoints first female admiral.  Hürriyet Daily News (Türkiye).  4 July 2023.
  33. Gender Considerations at the Maritime Task Force.  United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL).  2 August 2023.
  34. Women’s contribution to the maritime sector must be recognised – Maj Gen Gyane.  Ghana News Agency.  25 July 2023.
  35. Biden Selects Female Admiral to Lead Navy; She'd Be 1st Woman to Be Military Service ChiefVoice of America.  21 July 2023.
  36. Maritime industry must ensure women overcome sector challenges.  News Ghana.  16 July 2023.
  37. Empowering Women in Transport: the maritime industry and the Role of the EU.  Shipping Podcast.  13 July 2023.
  38. Rising through the ranks: Odfjell promotes first female Captain.  Odfjell.  11 July 2023
  39. Maersk hosts Equal At Sea 2023: Charting a course towards an inclusive future.  Maersk.  30 June 2023.
  40. Women must play more central role in maritime sector’s future.  Lloyd's List.   22 June 2023.
  41. WISTA Honors Kitack Lim for Contributions to Diversity in Maritime.  Maritime Executive.  21 June 2023.
  42. All Aboard Alliance report reveals maritime industry’s strong commitment to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion.  Global Maritime Forum.  20 June 2023
  43. Commonwealth experts call for improved opportunities for women in ocean sector.  The Commonwealth.  15 June 2023
  44. Ocean Economy: Stakeholders highlight challenges, prospects, opportunities for women.  Vanguard (Nigeria).  13 June 2023.
  45. Coast Guard highlights women in maritime law.   Manila Times.  7 June 2023.
  46. Young marine pilot leading the way for African women in maritime.  Africa Renewal.  1 June 2023.
  47. Ending stigma and tackling issues around menstruation at sea.  International Seafarers' Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN).  26 May 2023.
  48. Join maritime sector, women toldThe Star (Malaysia).  19 May 2023.
  49. IMO International Women in Maritime Day: Challenging the Narrative?  Human Rights at Sea.  18 May 2023. 
  50. Women coastguards turn the tide on maritime stereotypes at Holy Island of Lindisfarne.  HM Coastguard.  18 May 2023.
  51. Where are the women in the maritime sector?   Cruise & Ferry.  18 May 2023.
  52. Podcast: Empowering young women in maritime featuring Gina PanayiotouSeatrade Maritime News.  12 May 2023.
  53. Women in Transport to promote gender diversity and equity in the transport industrySafety4Sea.  10 May 2023.
  54. Women in Maritime - Banishing gender stereotypes within the maritime sectoreNCA (South Africa).  8 May 2023.
  55. Women at sea: What you don’t see. A conversation with Nina VarumoNorton Rose Fulbright.  May 2023.
  56. Implement onshore training to create a shipping industry that is inclusive for women: AnalystChannel News Asia.  28 April 2023.
  57. New study finds 15 key pain points for women at sea. Report [PDF]  Global Maritime Forum.  27 April 2023.
  58. Maersk hired captain previously fired for sexual harassmentShippingWatch.  26 April 2023.
  59. Shipping’s gender diversity issues now being looked at by the banks Splash 247.com.  25 April 2023.
  60. More provision needed for female seafarersLloyd's List.  21 April 2023.
  61. Supporting Women Seafarers to Overcome Sexual Violence at SeaSeafarers' Charity.  19 April 2023.
  62. Enhanced participation of women in European shipping. [PDF]  European Transport Workers' Federation.  17 April 2023.
  63. Modernising maritime for women: gender research updateNautilus International.  17 April 2023.
  64. For 12 years, she's worked at sea and learned to call out women's work condition aboard shipsShippingWatch.  14 April 2023.
  65. Why success and diversity go hand in hand for Lisa Lutoff-Perlo Cruise & Ferry.  13 April 2023.
  66. Hafnia wants equal gender distribution on four ships: "It’s a challenge in some countries" ShippingWatch.  13 April 2023.
  67. On a ship where future mariners train, CSU women say they faced sexual abuse and harassmentThe Los Angeles Times.  13 April 2023.
  68. I was intimidated, harassed in the first ten years of my career – Apapa Port Manager Funmilayo OlotuShips & Ports.  10 April 2023.
  69. UK Maritime Pay Gap and Gender DiversitySpinnaker Global Ltd.  5 April 2023.
  70. Beyond COP27: Pacific Women Leaders on why women and girls must be included in climate solutionsUN Women.  4 April 2023.
  71. Women in Maritime 2023 - Case Study - Helen Marshall, Vessel Controller.  Associated British Ports.  31 March 2023.
  72. Female crane operators commend APM Terminals on gender equityGuardian (Nigeria).  29 March 2023.
  73. Decarbonisation and digitalisation are opportunities to get more women into shipping, WISTA head saysTradeWinds.  29 March 2023.
  74. They call us derogatory names, label us as witches just to prevent us from undertaking roles of men in fishing — Women Fish ProcessorsModern Ghana.  23 March 2023.
  75. Kiribati recruits first female Oceanographer at a National Meteorological Service in the Pacific Pacific Community (SPC).  22 March 2023.
  76. Sexual abuse at sea: Where we stand Safety4Sea.  20 March 2023.
  77. First Woman Selected as CMF’s Next Senior Enlisted LeaderCombined Maritime Forces (CMF).  19 March 2023.
  78. IWD: An Interview with India’s First and Only Woman Marine Pilot, Reshma Nilofer Visalakshi MNI.  Cyprus Shipping News.  10 March 2023
  79. Abuse survivor Hope Hicks ‘sickened’ that her attacker can still work at seaTradeWinds.  9 March 2023.
  80. Apapa port hosts International Women’s Day event Ships & Ports.  9 March 2023.
  81. A changing Pacific landscape this International Women’s DaySamoa Observer.  8 March 2023.
  82. Tricky stats for shipping on International Women’s DaySplash 247.com.  8 March 2023.
  83. The Seafarers’ Charity calls for increased support for the safety and welfare of women seafarersSeafarers' Charity.  8 March 2023.
  84. Port-Based Welfare Needs of Women SeafarersSeafarers International Research Centre (SIRC). 8 March 2023.
  85. Breaking barriers: how women in maritime are overcoming gender bias Cruise & Ferry.  8 March 2023.
  86. International Women’s Day puts the spotlight on digital gender equalityUnited Nations.  8 March 2023.
  87. IWD 2023: Leaders strive for ‘equal opportunities’ in the maritime industryManila Bulletin.  8 March 2023.
  88. Call for more historical content to aid ‘Rewriting Women into Maritime History’Lloyd's Register.  8 March 2023.
  89. The share of female participation in ESPO’s work remains relatively high in 2022European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO).  8 March 2023.
  90. ‘Taking children to work should be a no-brainer’, maritime lawyer says.  Times of Malta.  8 March 2023.
  91. Twenty-five trailblazing women leading the fight against climate changeReuters.  7 March 2023.
  92. UN’s commission on women opens amid vanishing progress on rightsUN News.  6 March 2023.
  93. Synergy Group Rolls Out Tailor-Made Personal Protective Equipment to Female Seafarers on 60+ VesselsSynergy Group.  6 March 2023
  94. The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why is shipping still not taking Diversity, Equity and Inclusion seriously?  Lloyd's List.  4 March 2023.
  95. Embracing gender equity in shipping Nautilus International.  3 March 2023.
  96. Virginia McVea to run MCA as female influence grows at the top of UK shippingTradeWinds.  1 March 2023.
  97. Uncrewed Ships Set to Bring Diversity BoostMarineLink.  28 February 2023.
  98. Gender equality and a safer ocean core to international meeting in Cairns, AustraliaPacific Community (SPC).  26 February 2023.
  99. Maritime roadshows for girls revival. Nautilus InternationalNautilus International.  24 February 2023.
  100. 100 Top Women in shipping by www.allaboutshipping.co.uk for 2022All About Shipping.  17 February 2023.
  101. New action plan launched to enhance Somali women’s role in Somalia’s maritime sector United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM).  15 February 2023.
  102. Inspiring women in maritimeCook Islands News.  9 February 2023. 
  103. Annual Meeting of High Level Advisory Group for WMU Empowering Women Programme World Maritime University (WMU).  9 February 2023. 
  104. Sexual assault is ‘the elephant in the room’ for shippingSeatrade Maritime News.  8 February 2023.
  105. Nowhere to Escape: Speaking out about Sexual Violence at Sea Human Rights at Sea (HRAS).  7 February 2023.
  106. Women Serve at the Helm of Security Operations During Exercise Obangame Express 23United States Navy.  2 February 2023. 
  107. Maritime UK to inspire girls to consider STEM careers in maritimeMaritime UK.  1 February 2023.
  108. The maritime industry from the view of a young Chinese womanShipping Podcast.  26 January 2023.
  109. Maersk settles in sexual harassment case between captain and cookShippingWatch.  26 January 2023.
  110. Right time for more women to join maritime industryNew Straits Times (Malaysia).  26 January 2023.
  111. “Invisibility” of Women Stalls ProgressBreakbulk.  26 January 2023.
  112. ‘Equal rights cannot wait’ on International Day of Women in MultilateralismUN News.  25 January 2023.
  113. Stena Line postpones goal of higher female representation among managersShippingWatch.  16 January 2023.
  114. Monica Kohli: Women’s participation and leadership drive better environmental outcomesTradeWinds.  3 January 2023.

 

 

Media Coverage 2022


Below are links to selected content, from the global media during 2022, which relate to Women in Maritime.


  1. Marine Log’s Top Women in Maritime in 2022: The full interviewMARINE LOG.  20 December 2022
  2. Over 100 women speakers have joined the IMO and WISTA International Speakers Bureau in the first month since the launchAll About Shipping.  13 December 2022.
  3. Battling InequalityMarine Professional (IMarEST).  2 December 2022.
  4. Few shipping companies offering careers to women, conference toldLloyd's List.  28 November 2022.
  5. National spotlight turns on Gender-Based Violence at SA’s inaugural maritime sector seminar in Cape TownSouth African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA).  23 November 2022.
  6. WISTA Bermuda Celebrates 6th Anniversary.  Bernews (Bermuda).  23 November 2022.
  7. Shipping’s Attempt to Hire More Women Runs Into a Macho CultureBloomberg.  23 November 2022.
  8. WISTA, Maritime SheEO collaborate to drive leadership skills for women in maritime.  Safety4Sea.  23 November 2022. 
  9. Haastrup bemoans gender gap in maritime industry as IMO advocates inclusion.  Guardian (Nigeria).  23 November 2022. 
  10. Maersk enters harassment settlement with second female cadetShippingWatch.  22 November 2022.
  11. What about women seafarers’ rights?  Safety4Sea.  21 November 2022.
  12. Søren Skou after Hope Hicks settlement: "Best outcome for her and for everyone"ShippingWatch.  21 November 2022.
  13. Maersk settles with Hope Hicks in harassment caseShippingWatch.  18 November 2022.
  14. Gender Inclusiveness: WMU Commends NIMASANigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA).  8 November 2022.
  15. Elpi Petraki has been appointed the new president of WISTA InternationalWomen's International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA). 27 October 2022.
  16. Discrimination against female seafarers 'unacceptably' widespreadNautilus International. 27 October 2022.
  17. Women seafarers experience onboard gender-based discrimination, harassment and bullying – a shocking maritime report revealsWomen's International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA). 24 October 2022.
  18. Ann Fenech elected President of the Comite Maritime InternationalMalta Independent. 23 October 2022.
  19. ‘I want more female seafarers to break the glass ceiling,’ says Wilhelmsen Ship Management’s first woman captainTradeWinds. 19 October 2022. 
  20. Wilhelmsen Ship Management has conferred their first female Korean captain, Captain Lee Eun RanCyprus Shipping News. 18 October 2022.  
  21. #Journey to COP27: Pacific Women negotiators state their case for 1.5 worldSecretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP). 15 October 2022.
  22. Women in Norwegian shipping say what they really think about workplace diversityTradeWinds. 30 September 2022.
  23. Svitzer launched training program for women seafarers Safety4Sea.  30 September 2022. 
  24. The 2022 Women in the Law of the Sea Conference successfully closes with a renewed commitment to empowering women in marine sciences and ocean affairsInternational Seabed Authority (ISA). 29 September 2022.
  25. New platform highlights women’s leadership in tackling global challengesUN News. 20 September 2022.
  26. Podcast: Maritime Masterclass with Caroline Yang, Hong Lam MarineSeatrade Maritime News.  15 September 2022.
  27. Sea change! Female cadets sail in marine engineering at Cusat, go placesNew Indian Express.  7 September 2022.
  28. ESL bemoans limited diversity as it welcomes first female masterTradeWinds.  7 September 2022.
  29. Without investment, gender equality will take nearly 300 years: UN reportUN News.  7 September 2022.
  30. Maersk to seek settlement in harassment cases – could lead to million-dollar compensation for two womenShippingWatch.  5 September 2022.
  31. Call to change perceptions on historical role of women in shippingLloyd's Register.  1 September 2022.
  32. Career Paths: Gudrun Janssens, Royal Belgian Shipowners AssociationSafety4Sea.  18 July 2022.
  33. Percentage of female seafarers remains unchanged in 40 yearsSeatrade Maritime News.  13 July 2022.
  34. Catherine Smith, General Counsel & Company Secretary, Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings LimitedShipping Podcast.  1 July 2022.
  35. Girls At Sea.  Loop Pacific. 28 June 2022.
  36. Saraki tasks women maritime practitioners on industry devt.  The Sun (Nigeria).  25 June 2022.
  37. Changing misconceptions: North Star ensures more women become seafarersTradeWinds. 23 June 2022.
  38. EDITORIAL: Cadet’s story of rape at sea should challenge our gentle approach to empowerment.  DCN - Daily Cargo News (Australia). 23 June 2022. 
  39. Hope Hicks case not an isolated incident, shows need for practical change in shipping.   ITF Seafarers. 23 June 2022.
  40. Jamaica salutes seafarers’ journeys on the Day of the SeafarerHellenic Shipping News. 23 June 2022.
  41. Robert Uggla on sexual offences aboard Maersk ships: "I am ashamed".   ShippingWatch. 22 June 2022.
  42. Bridging shipping’s gender pay gap.  Splash 247.com. 22 June 2022.
  43. WISTA Hellas seminar shines spotlight on challenges faced by women at sea.  Hellenic Shipping News. 22 June 2022.
  44. Sexual offences on Maersk ship investigated as criminal case.  ShippingWatch. 17 June 2022.
  45. Sexual abuse and harassment ‘systemic’ on ships.  Lloyd's List. 17 June 2022.
  46. AU to host Women in Blue Economy Workshop.  Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC).  15 June 2022.
  47. "Midshipman-X" Reveals Her Identity in Suit Against Maersk Line Ltd.  Maritime Executive. 14 June 2022. 
  48. Maersk sued by two women in rape and sexual harassment case.  ShippingWatch. 14 June 2022.
  49. Let’s talk women in maritime.  Seatrade Maritime News. 9 June 2022.
  50. Marina vows support for women in maritime industryManila Times.  25 May 2022.
  51. National Maritime Day: Why are We Still Asking if Women Belong at Sea?  Maritime Executive.  22 May 2022.
  52. Alice Amundsen Vice President, Senior Adviser, GardShipping Podcast.  20 May 2022.
  53. Mauritius marks first ever International Day of Women working in maritime industryRepublic of Mauritius.  19 May 2022.
  54. Guyana honours longstanding women in maritime sectorLoop.  19 May 2022.
  55. UN marks first ever international day spotlighting women working in the maritime industry.   UN News.  18 May 2022. 
  56. Breaking the stereotypeBorneo Bulletin (Brunei Darussalam)18 May 2022.
  57. 18. A.P. Moller – Maersk announces India’s first Women Seafarers’ Cadet Programme.  Economic Times (India). 18 May 18 2022.
  58. Belgian Shipping features daily nominee to celebrate first International Day of Women in MaritimeRoyal Belgian Shipowners’ Association18 May 2022.
  59. Women in the maritime industry celebrated. Government of Australia.  18 May 2022.
  60. Women need to step up in maritime industryMalaysian Reserve.  18 May 2022.  
  61. On the International Day for Women in Maritime, University President Shares Her Experiences and Hopes.  Pew Charitable Trusts.  18 May 2022.
  62. Women breaking the ceiling in male-dominated maritime jobsBusiness Daily (Kenya).  18 May 2022.
  63. Celebrating the International Maritime Organization’s first International Day for Women in MaritimeStandard Club.  18 May 2022.
  64. News: Maritime UK launches Global Women in Maritime SeriesMaritime UK.  18 May 2022.
  65. Celebrating the inaugural International Women in Maritime Day, The Mission to Seafarers publishes Women Seafarers ReportMission to Seafarers.  18 May 2022.
  66. Maritime Authority Of Jamaica Official Wants More Women Leaders In IndustryJamaica Information Service.  18 May 2022.
  67. What changes do women want to make the industry a fairer place to work?  Tradewinds.  18 May 2022.
  68. Saudi Arabia celebrates International Women’s Day in Maritime SectorSaudi Gazette (Saudi Arabia).  18 May 2022.
  69. Shipping | International Day for in Maritime to promote training and visibility.  The Gleaner (Jamaica).  17 May 2022.
  70. Liberia IMO Rep Pushes For More Women In MaritimeNew Republic (Liberia).  17 May 2022.
  71. International Day for Women in Maritime: VDR sees need for actionGerman Shipowners' Association17 May 2022.
  72. Women are climbing the maritime career ladder, Caribbean port official saysWorkBoat.  17 May 2022.
  73. First woman to command US aircraft carrier didn’t even know she could get the jobCNN.  17 May 2022.
  74. EMMA OKELLO: It’s time women steer maritime sector to achieve blue economy gains.  The Star (Kenya).  16 May 2022.
  75. Women who have chosen sailing as a career have broken stereotypes...  Government of India.  14 May 2022.  
  76. Coast Guard Admiral Becomes First Woman to Lead a US Military BranchMilitary.com.  12 May 2022.
  77. Regional forum advocates for greater inclusion of women in maritimeThe Gleaner (Jamaica).  12 April 2022.
  78. Shani Ben-David is the First Woman to be Appointed as Captain in the Israeli Merchant Marine. ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. 10 April 2022.
  79. VIDEO: Top Women in MaritimeMarine Log.  7 April 2022.
  80. GPHA urges females to partake in Maritime coursesGhana News Agency. 4 April 2022.
  81. Port pro of the month: Anna Mihneva-Natova (BG)European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO).  31 March 2022.
  82. Women of the 9th annual World Ocean Summit: breaking barriers in the blue economyWorld Ocean Initiative (WOI).  25 March 2022.
  83. Dr Mbiah Urges Women To Take Over IMO LeadershipNews Ghana.  22 March 2022.
  84. American Club’s Ioannou to become the first woman P&I club chief executiveTradeWinds.  21 March 2022.
  85. Top Danish shipping positions filled by men – women represent just one in fiveShippingWatch.  18 March 2022.
  86. Full steam ahead! AMSOL driving progress in its gender diversity initiativesEngineering News (South Africa).  18 March 2022.
  87. Director of Port of Tema urges women in maritime and shipping industry to take part in IMO SheEO leadership programGhanaWeb.  16 March 2022
  88. This 25-year-old marine engineer spends months at sea and is the only woman on boardChannel News Asia.  15 March 2022.
  89. Why we need to do more to improve on diversity, equity and inclusion in maritimeLloyd's List.  14 March 2022.
  90. Will robotic and uncrewed vessels improve maritime’s gender imbalance?  Marine Professional (IMarEST).  11 March 2022.
  91. Podcast: In Conversation with Tan Beng Tee on International Women’s DaySeatrade Maritime News.  8 March 2022.
  92. Protection for women seafarers under the Magna CartaCebu Daily News (Philippines).  8 March 2022.
  93. OnWatch episode 8: See it to be it - Increasing gender diversity on boardGard.  8 March 2022.
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  95. Women in Shipping Watch: Expert thinking on empowering women in maritime industrySafety4Sea.  8 March 2022.
  96. Nautilus 'maritime barometer' reflects measures needed to remove career obstacles for female seafarersNautilus International.  8 March 2022.
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  98. International Women’s Day : Honouring women in maritimeBahamas Maritime Authority (BMA).  7 March 2022.
  99. Second officer Cora Bonham talks perseverance and deep sea voyagesNautilus International.  6 March 2022.
  100. New research to explore welfare needs of women seafarersSafety4Sea.  4 March 2022.
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  104. Women dominate IBIA’s 2022 board electionsInternational Bunker Industry Association (IBIA). 21 February 2022.
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  107. Women Together: Taking real action will make shipping more appealing to a diverse range of talentsSafety4Sea. 17 January 2022.  
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