FISHERS FIRST — GOOD PRACTICES TO END LABOUR EXPLOITATION AT SEA
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The content of the present report is focusing on the established good practices and also covers the innovative interventions that are intended to improve the labor conditions on board ships and to protect the people employed in this sector of marine industry. It is following the report by the ILO that was released back in 2013 and addressed the trafficking and forced labor in fisheries.
Subject report provided information about the knowledge about human trafficking and forced labor today together with the existing legal and institutional frameworks involved. The fishing sector of marine industry is known for the work deficits. Though majority of the companies operating fishing vessels work compliant with the legal frameworks and commonly avoid serious work deficits, there still have been some cases that tarnished the overall reputation of this sector.
This shall be given particular attention taking into account the economic importance of the fishing industry both from the employment and food security perspective. Even though the main focus is made on Asian region, actually the cases of forced labor and human trafficking take place worldwide. According to ILO, more than twenty million people are engaged in forced labor...
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