Human rights

13 Sep
2018

Source: EJF The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) has documented gross human rights violations and serious illegal fishing offences aboard the Taiwanese Fuh Sheng 11 – the first vessel in the world to be detained for violating new international standards of decent work in the fishing industry. Taiwan had the opportunity to take action against the […]

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23 Aug
2017

Source: Bangkok Post Author: Nonarit Bisonyabut The current Thai government’s new policy to create more systematic and efficient management of migrant workers can kill three birds with one stone.

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1 Aug
2017

Source: Environmental Justice Foundation Author: EJF Staff Taiwan is one of Asia’s most advanced economies. It has one of the world’s most significant fishing fleets, with the world’s largest fleet of longline tuna vessels – supplying some of the world’s largest seafood companies – and a fishing industry worth some $3 billion annually. But behind this […]

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