Forced Labour Regulation: a 'carding' system: This briefing highlights the benefits of introducing a 'carding system' to the proposed Forced Labour Regulation to prohibit products made with forced labour on the EU market, inspired by the successes of the EU's Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) Fishing Regulation.

The perils of deep-sea mining: A briefing for financial institutions: Investing in deep-sea mining should be seen as extremely high-risk given threats to biodiversity, unpredictable demand, unproven technology, the risk of litigation and reputational risk.

The Broken Barrier: How illegal fishing and human rights abuses in Korea’s fisheries imports go undetected: A rise in seafood imports and a lack of supply chain safeguards is allowing the products of illegal fishing to enter the Korean market. The Korean government must improve transparency and traceability measures to ensure consumers are not driving environmentally destructive fishing and human rights abuses at sea.

Kiss of death: How illegal bottom trawling threatens ecosystems and livelihoods in Tunisia: The Gulf of Gabès in Tunisia is exceptionally important, but its local traditions, economies and rich marine habitats are disappearing. A form of illegal bottom trawling known as kiss trawling is responsible - immediate action is needed to end it.

Illegal bottom trawling in the Mediterranean: the case of 'kiss trawling' in the Gulf of Gabès, Tunisia: This policy brief summarises the impacts of a form of illegal bottom trawling, known locally as kiss trawling, in Tunisia, and makes recommendations on how to bring it to an end safely, fairly and sustainably.

Statement to the Council of the International Seabed Authority: The ISA Council must implement a moratorium on deep-sea mining to prevent irreversible harm to marine environments, ocean wildlife and environmental justice.

Towards the abyss: how the rush to deep-sea mining threatens people and our planet: Deep-sea mining threatens to significantly disturb the delicate environment of the deep sea, with devastating consequences for life on Earth. It must be stopped.

Towards the abyss: how the rush to deep-sea mining threatens people and our planet - summary briefing: This summary briefing outlines the findings of "Into the abyss: how the rush to deep-sea mining threatens people and planet", calling for a stop to deep-sea mining.

On the precipice: crime and corruption in Ghana's Chinese-owned trawler fleet: Fisheries that millions of Ghanaians depend on are at risk of collapse as a result of rampant illegal fishing and overfishing by Chinese-owned industrial trawlers, and a culture of corruption has allowed these crimes to go unpunished. This report explains the urgent action needed to reverse this decline.

A threat to people and planet: The need for the Transform Bottom Trawling coalition: Bottom trawling poses a threat to our climate, marine ecosystems, and the coastal communities that depend on them. EJF has joined forces with the global coalition, Transform Bottom Trawling, to take action on this destructive practice.

A case study of the margin of tolerance in the Baltic Sea: Effective fisheries management cannot be achieved without robust catch data. Science indicates misreporting of herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea catches persists, threatening sustainable management of these fisheries.

Legal analysis on the margin of tolerance in the European Union fisheries regime: A legal analysis by Tullio Scovazzi of the legality of the proposed changes by the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union (EU) to the margin of tolerance.