EJF Patron Lily Cole performs RED SHOES, a dance calling for urgent action to end climate change and avoid the catastrophe it threatens.
The Hidden Cost
This film exposes the reliance of Thailand’s shrimp industry on migrant workers, many of whom are trafficked before enduring abusive conditions in shrimp processing factories.
EJF is advocating for the Thai Government, the international community and retailers to work together to stop these abuses.
The voiceover is provided by award-winning journalist and broadcaster Jonathan Rugman and was recorded at Crying Out Loud.
Our vision is for a world where natural habitats and environments can sustain and be sustained by the communities that depend on them.
'E tudo mentira' - It's all a lie
Shrimp farming in Brazil is devastating the lives of coastal communities and wrecking the environment.
Ghana’s Fishing Sector and the Voluntary Guidelines on Governance of Tenure
Restaurant Campaign 2016
EJF has teamed up with chefs and restaurateurs around the world to celebrate World Oceans Day and raise vital funds to support our ongoing work to protect the fish stocks that provide food and income for some of the worlds poorest and most vulnerable people.
Sold to the sea
Thailand's seafood exports are the third most valuable in the world, supplying markets in the US, Europe and Asia but far from the attention of consumers vulnerable migrants in search of a better future are being trafficked, exploited, abused and even murdered aboard Thai fishing vessels.
EJF is campaigning for the international community to develop a Global Record of fishing vessels to facilitate greater transparency and traceability in the seafood sector enabling better monitoring of fishing activities including the labour conditions of the world's fishing fleets.
March of the Beekeepers
The March of the Beekeepers saw EJF, PAN UK and passionate beekeepers come together to demonstrate on Parliament Square, ahead of a European Parliament vote which enforced a two year ban on the Neonicotinoid pesticides thought to be dangerous to bees.