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17 April 2018
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Author: SDP Noticias (México)

“Una mina submarina en el Golfo de Ulloa llevará a un colapso pesquero, señalan”, 11 de abril de 2018...

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11 April 2018

Nordic food companies say verdict against Andy Hall is harmful to Thailand as exporting country & emphasize importance of free civil society

Author: Axfood (Sweden), Axfoundation (Sweden), Coop (Sweden), Findus (Sweden), Ethical Trading Initiative (Norway), Martin & Servera (Sweden), Menigo (Sweden), Norvida (Sweden), SOK (Finland), Unil (Norway)

"Nordic food companies’ comment on the Court decision 26th March 2018 regarding defamation case against human rights advocate Andy Hall", 11 Apr 2018...

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10 April 2018

Thailand: Issara institute reports modern slavery conditions in fishing industry

Author: Sebastien Malo, Reuters Foundation (NY)

"Many in Thai Fishing Industry Fail to See Conditions as Slavery - Research", 05 Feb 2018...

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8 April 2018

Ethical Trading Initiative UK says verdict against Andy Hall damages "Brand Thailand"

Author: Nick Kightley, Ethical Trading Initiative (UK)

"Damaging ‘Brand Thailand’: Reaction to court ruling against labour rights advocate, Andy Hall", 28 Mar 2018...

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3 April 2018

Thailand: EU begins inspection of fishing industry; results may influence decision to impose import bans

Author: Yon Sineat & Erin Handley, Phnom Penh Post

"Probe into Thai fishing standards," 04 April 2018...

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Article
30 March 2018

Thailand: Fisherman who lost forearm appeals for higher pay; UN business & human rights working group expected to urge Thailand to adopt a national action plan

Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation, Bangkok Post

"Fishermen long for justice as Thailand comes under UN scrutiny", 29 March 2018...

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23 March 2018

Thailand: Court to review decision denying compensation for migrant worker death caused by injury on fishing boat

Author: Human Rights and Development Foundation (Thailand)

Press Release, 19 March 2018...

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5 March 2018

New Zealand: Court rules that slavery claimants may seek compensation from proceeds of sale of forfeited fishing vessels

Author: Radio New Zealand

"Court clears way for fishermen to claim against forfeited vessels", 2 March 2018...

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17 February 2018

Thailand uses optical scanning technology to ensure fishermen stay on boats they are registered to curb slave labour & human trafficking

Author: AFP, The Nation

 "Thailand to scan eyes of workers in notorious seafood industry", 16 February 2018...

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14 February 2018

China: Environmental activist & five others criminally detained for protesting forced demolitions &logging of redwoods

Author: China Change (China)

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