From passive victims to partners in their own reintegration: Examining civil society’s role in empow

The year 2015 marked a turning point in the fight against human trafficking in the Thai fishing industry – or so it appeared. A highly mediatized rescue operation of Thai and migrant fishermen in Indonesian waters brought international attention to human trafficking in Thailand. Due to the reporting of four Associated Press (AP) reporters, the efforts of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Indonesian government, and the Labour Rights Promotion Network (LPN), more than 2,000 captives were released from a slave island in Indonesia, a scale not seen before in human trafficking cases. It led to the arrests of a dozen people, the seizure of ships worth millions of dollars, the

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