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Conducting interviews with migrant workers: This guide is designed to provide an overview of interview procedures for use by Thai port officials when conducting vessel inspections. It is designed to improve the chances that workers will feel comfortable enough to speak out about potential labour violations taking place onboard their vessel. Although this guide is written specifically for Thai labour inspections a lot of the screening tools included in this briefing are translatable to other worker engagements around the world.

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台灣漁船隊非法補魚和侵犯人權行為報告 2020年8月: EJF在半年中訪談了曾在七艘台灣漁船上工作共10名漁工,漁工揭露漁船刻意捕殺海豚作為釣鯊魚的魚餌、對鯊魚割鰭棄身、捕殺海豹取其牙齒作為戰利品等嚴重破壞海洋生態的作業方式。

How best to implement principles three and four of the Charter for Transparency: This report helps states to implement two key principles of EJF’s Charter for Transparency: publishing lists of fishing licences and authorisations and publishing punishments handed out for illegal fishing and fisheries crimes.

Transparency principle three: Factsheet for implementation: This technical brief focuses on how best to implement a central principle of EJF’s Charter for Transparency: publishing lists of fishing licences and authorisations.

Transparency principle four: Factsheet for implementation: This technical brief focuses on how best to implement a central principle of EJF’s Charter for Transparency: publishing punishments handed out for illegal fishing and fisheries crimes.

Comment mettre en œuvre au mieux les principes trois et quatre de la Charte pour la Transparence: Ce rapport entend épauler les États dans l’application de deux principes essentiels de la Charte d’EJF pour la Transparence : la publication des listes de licences de pêche et d’autorisations et celle des sanctions imposées dans les affaires de pêche illicite et de criminalité liée à la pêche.

Le troisième principe pour la transparence : Fiche technique pour sa mise en œuvre: Cette note d’information technique s’intéresse à comment mettre en œuvre au mieux l’un des principes essentiels de la Charte d’EJF pour la Transparence : la publication des listes de licences de pêche et d’autorisations.

Le quatrième principe pour la transparence : Fiche technique pour sa mise en œuvre: Cette note d’information technique s’intéresse à comment mettre en œuvre au mieux l’un des principes essentiels de la Charte d’EJF pour la Transparence: la publication des sanctions imposées dans les affaires de pêche illicite et de criminalité liée à la pêche.

Illegal fishing and human rights abuses in the Taiwanese fishing fleet: Violent abuse of migrant workers and flagrant illegal fishing are systemic problems across Taiwan’s distant water fishing fleet, a survey of crew from 62 vessels has found.

Illegal saiko landings at Elmina port: In November 2019, the Government of Ghana committed to ending the highly destructive and illegal fishing practice known as “saiko”. Since this announcement, almost 400 saiko canoes have landed fish illegally at Elmina port. EJF is calling on the President to lead in taking action to ensure saiko is eradicated.

Illegal fishing and human rights abuses in the Korean fishing fleet: This briefing provides background on the Korean deep water fishing fleet and sets out structural issues with its management, concluding with detailed recommendations to the Korean government.