May 1, 2018

Labour Day, or International Workers’ Day, has been celebrated on May 1 since the late 19th century. The celebration of Labour Day began in the Haymarket affair, in Chicago in the US in 1886, when workers protested against long working hours and poor working conditions...

October 12, 2017

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...

January 31, 2017

It’s commonly accepted that there are a range of international legal instruments of relevance to the seafood supply chain. The pressing question for our work is how international law can inform the development of social indicators.

When it comes to extreme, different le...

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