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Thailand ratifies Work in Fishing Convention; stakeholders seek effective implementation

Thailand is the first Asian country to ratify ILO Work in Fishing Convention No. 188. Among other things, the convention addresses major issues affecting workers on board fishing vessels, such as occupational safety and health, rest periods, written contracts, and social security protection.

Aside from following the progress and impact of this ratification, this story also includes reports and comments from various stakeholders.

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