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13 Feb 2018

Pacific: Human Rights at Sea report highlights alleged fisheries abuses and related deaths

A new report by Human Rights at Sea, Investigative Report and Case Study - Fisheries Abuses and Related Deaths at Sea in the Pacific Region, cites the occurrence of potential human rights abuses occurring in the fishing industry in the Pacific region and, in particular, the alleged disappearance of fisheries observers. 

Two companies are names in the report: Gilontas and Rocmar Seafood. Business & Human Rights Resource invited these companies to respond to the allegations raised in the Human Rights at Sea report about potential human rights abuses occurring in their supply chains. Both companies responded - their responses are linked below. The original Human Rights at Sea report is also linked below.