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29 October 2018

Bolton Group to adopt new tuna sourcing policy following consumer pressure for better fishing practices & human rights standards for workers

Author: Oliver Knowles, Greenpeace

"People powered progress on tuna", 24 October 2018...

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8 August 2017

Best Practice Guidance on Ethical Recruitment of Migrant Workers

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)

...The purpose of ICCR’s Best Practice Guidance on Ethical Recruitment of Migrant Workers is to highlight the steps some leading companies have made that may serve as examples or models for other companies looking to implement ethical recruitment...

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8 August 2017

Report & guidance on cos. best practice to protect migrant workers in recruitment & supply chains

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2 August 2017

Thailand: Govt. could take steps to eliminate destructive fishing & human rights abuses from seafood supply chains

Author: Tara Buakamsri, Myanmar Times

"Major Change for Thai Seafood Industry", 28 Jul 2017...

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12 July 2017

World’s largest tuna firm Thai Union announces pathbreaking environmental & labour reforms - moving toward full digital traceability

Following a global Greenpeace campaign to protect workers and marine life through reforms in the seafood industry, Thai Union announced new commitments, including efforts to support best practice fisheries, reduce illegal and unethical practices in...

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8 June 2017
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Author: Mathilde Bouchardon, Actu Environnement (France)

« Des entreprises de pêche signent un pacte pour mettre fin à la pêche illégale du thon », 6 juin 2017...

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12 September 2016

Thailand: Mars commits investments to fight labour abuse in supply chain

Author: Undercurrent News

Food giant Mars has announced a plan to eliminate labor rights abuses from its supply chain, especially for tuna sourcing in Thailand....

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27 June 2016

Thailand: Migrant workers allowed greater representation in welfare committees of some companies including Thai Union

Author: Penchan Charoensuthipan, Bangkok Post

“Migrants get voice in welfare committees”, 27 Jun 2016...

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31 May 2016
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Author: Edith Disdet, AlterAsia (France)

« Thaïlande : contre les abus du travail, le géant du thon cesse son recours au courtage en recrutement », 30 mai 2016...

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28 April 2016

Thai Union eliminates recruitment fees in its factories to help prevent labour abuses; migrant rights group welcomes move

Author: Thai Union

“Thai Union leads in opting for zero recruitment fees policy – a major step towards eliminating potential abuses of labor and human rights welcomed by migrant rights group”...

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