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11 June 2019

Report finds gaps in enforcement of human rights duties at sea by Denmark, Panama & Taiwan

Author: Human Rights at Sea, Univ. of Bristol Law School Human Rights Implementation Centre

"Second Flag States and Human Rights Report Published", 10 June 2019...

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8 June 2019

Thailand's crackdown on slavery in the fishing industry will succeed if neighbouring countries will adopt similar anti-trafficking laws

Author: Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Reuters

"Thailand needs neighbors' help to crack down on slavery at sea: activist", 5 June 2019...

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6 June 2019
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Author: Augustine Passilly, Libération (France)

« De l'esclavage moderne dans le thon en boîte », 4 juin 2019...

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6 June 2019

New study on labour migration channels to Thailand from Cambodia, Myanmar, and Lao PDR

Author: Verité

"Thailand Bound: An Exploration of Labor Migration Infrastructures in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Lao PDR", May 2019...

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4 June 2019

Major tuna brands failing to tackle slavery in Pacific supply chains – report

Author: Kate Hodal, the Guardian

3 June 2019...

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Article
29 May 2019

Paper takes stock of EU progress on business & human rights since 2011

Author: European Commission

"Corporate Social Responsibility, Responsible Business Conduct, and Business & Human Rights - Overview of Progress", March 2019...

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28 May 2019

Human Rights at Sea publishes North Irish Fisheries human rights audit & response

Author: Human Rights at Sea International

Human Rights at Sea publishes the Anglo North Irish Fish Producers Organisation (ANIFPO) voluntary annual human rights and business audits undertaken by Human Rights at Sea International Ltd (HRASi)......

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27 May 2019

Addressing inequalities of power: Landmark class action seeks justice for 15,500 Indonesian seaweed farmers affected by 2009 Montara oil spill

Author: Ben Slade, Legal Counsel at Maurice Blackburn (Australia)

Jelena Rudd speaks with Ben Slade, of Maurice Blackburn, legal counsel in Sanda v PTTEP Australia (Ashmore Cartier) Pty Ltd, a class action brought on behalf of 15,500 Indonesian seaweed farmers....

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19 May 2019
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L’Accord de libre-échange complet et approfondi (ALECA) en cours de négociation entre la Tunisie et l’Union européenne suscite de nombreuses craintes en Tunisie. Cet accord exposerait davantage l’économie tunisienne à la concurrence des produits et des...

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2 May 2019

Sierra Leone: One-month fishing ban fails to address illegal fishing activity & replenish stocks for local population

Author: Kate Hairsine & Claudia Anthony, Deutsche Welle

"Sierra Leone's one month fishing ban achieves little", 29 April 2019....

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