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Still in the Fields: The report summarises EJF’s in-country investigations in October 2008 and reports from independent media and human rights defenders in Uzbekistan.

Environmental Justice Foundation Stichting Jaarrapport 2018:

The Deadly Chemicals in Cotton: A report exposing the human health and environmental cost of pesticide use in global cotton production.

The Children Behind Our Cotton: This report details the shocking conditions endured by more than an estimated one million children who work 12-hour days in extremes of hot and cold weather, many suffering physical, verbal and sometimes sexual abuse.

When fishing turns deadly: Briefing researched, written and published by the Indonesian organisation JALA (in cooperation with EJF) - the Advocacy Network for North Sumatra Fisherfolk, documenting the social and environmental impacts of illegal trawling in North Sumatra.

EJF Uzbekistan UNCRC Submission: Alternative report for the 42nd Session of the Committee on the Rights of the Child.

Mangroves: Nature's Defence Against Tsunamis: A report on the impact of mangrove loss and shrimp farm development on coastal defence.

Party to the Plunder: This report, produced by EJF in partnership with CFFA (Coalition for Fair Fisheries Agreement), documents the devastating impacts of illegal fishing in Guinea and its links to the EU market.

White Gold: The True Cost of Cotton: EJF's groundbreaking report on forced child labour and the mismanagement of water resources in Uzbekistan's cotton production.

What's the Catch?: In 2003, EJF began an international campaign on bycatch reduction. This campaign grew from extensive research on the wider ecosystem effects of tropical shrimp trawl fisheries.

Pirates & Profiteers: ''Pirates & Profiteers - How pirate fishing fleets are robbing people and oceans'' explores the global nature of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

Farming the Sea, Costing the Earth: The impacts of irresponsible expansion of shrimp aquaculture activities over the past 25 years have been varied, and frequently interlinked, and are generally recognised by most stakeholders, including some from the industry itself.