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31 Jan 2017

Indonesia: Ministry creates certification mechanism to address human rights abuses in fishing industry

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On 24 January 2017, Indonesia's Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry issued Ministerial Regulation No. 2/2017, which “creates a certification mechanism to ensure the fishing industry here is free from human rights violations”. Among the requirements under this mechanism are insurance schemes, a standard minimum wage and clear working hours for fishermen and port workers working for fishing companies.