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The ILO SEA Fisheries Project had invited individuals and organizations to review and provide their views on this gaps analysis. The consultation period is now closed and submissions were gratefully received. A revised version of the analysis will be published shortly.

The ILO SEA Fisheries Project had invited individuals and organizations to review and provide their views on this gaps analysis. The consultation period is now closed and submissions were gratefully received. A revised version of the analysis will be published shortly.

Working Paper on Indonesia's fisheries human rights certification system: assessment, commentary and recommendations

ILO SEA Fisheries Project has published a Working Paper to assess Indonesia's fisheries human rights certification system.

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Download Executive Summary, Ringkasan Eksekutif (Bahasa Inodonesia)
Part 1: Assessment, Part 2: Commentary and Recommendations

Background Paper for discussions at Consultative Forum on Regional Cooperation Against Human Trafficking, Labour Exploitation, and Slavery at Sea, 27-28 March 2018, Bali

The Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia and lntemational Labour Organization organised Consultative Forum on Regional Cooperation Against Human Trafficking, Labour Exploitation, and Slavery at Sea on 27-28 March 2018 in Bali. The forum was attended by participants from government officials, trade unions, employer organizations, and civil society organizations in Southeast Asia to respond to the issues of human trafficking, labour exploitation, and slavery at sea in fisheries sector.
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Introduction to SEA Forum for Fishers

A brief introduction to the SEA Forum for Fishers, a regional coordination body to end human trafficking and forced labour in fisheries in Southeast Asia. Presentation audience is private sectors.

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