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The ILO SEA Fisheries Project had developed a package of infographics on “8 Myths and Facts of ILO Work In Fishing Convention”. This infographics are available in English, Bahasa Indonesia, Thai, Viet Namese, Burmese, and Khmer.

This analysis is provided to assist the Government of Indonesia in preparing to ratify the ILO Work in Fishing Convention, 2007 (No. 188).

 This paper considers the impact of the new and existing legislation including Law 39/2003 on Manpower; Law 17/2008 on Shipping; regulations issued by the MMAF, the Ministry of Manpower (MoM) and the Ministry of Transport (MoT); as well as various other laws of broad application such as social security legislation and occupational health and safety (OSH) laws. It is also intended to assist the ILO’s social dialogue partners, including workers and employers, to understand the current and comprehensive national legislative framework in Indonesia in respect of working and living conditions in fishing.

This analysis is provided to assist the Government of the Philippines in preparing to ratify the ILO Work in Fishing Convention, 2007 (No. 188).

It is also intended to assist the ILO’s social dialogue partners, including workers and employers, to understand the current and comprehensive national legislative framework in the Philippines in respect of working and living conditions in fishing.

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

This study is in two parts. Part 1 provides an overview of the national framework for fisheries, looks at the design of Indonesia’s fisheries human rights certification system and identifies challenges in its implementation. Part 2 draws on the literature review and qualitative research from Part 1 to contextualize Indonesia’s fisheries human rights certification system as a private compliance initiative (PCI) within broader industry efforts to set voluntary standards to improve labour conditions and examines its relationship with the public labour inspectorate, which also aims to protect workers. It then provides recommendations to the Government of Indonesia and other social partners to strengthen the enforcement of labour standards and human rights protection for fishers and other workers in Indonesia’s fishing and seafood industry.

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.
Click on the image link to see the Background Paper for discussions at the event

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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