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Indonesian Fishers fight for Safe Working Conditions and Repatriation from the Marshall Islands

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Indonesian Fishers fight for Safe Working Conditions and Repatriation from the Marshall Islands

Joanne Rawley

Joanne Rawley joins the Human Rights at Sea Advisory Board

London. UK. / Indonesia. The prevalent issue of poor and abusive conditions for Indonesian migrant fishers continues to be highlighted internationally by local NGOs. Destructive Fishing Watch (DFW) Indonesia has been sharing evidence gathered to further shine a spotlight on fisher’s working circumstances, including during the COVID-19 pandemic, which fail to reflect the safety and well-being intent of the likes of the ILO C188 Working in Fishing Convention and highlight failures to look after migrant crew when contracts are terminated.

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Jan 16, 2021 06:39 pm

Tweet this story: London, UK. / Suva, Fiji. Humanitarian ship visitors working with the UK charitable NGO, Human Rights at Sea, have been alerted to exploited Indonesian crew on a Chinese owned Fijian-flagged long-liner abandoned in the Port of Suva without their wages apparently being paid for 12 months. Crew circumstances include having to continue to work onboard without pay, having minimal access to communications, allegedly being kept on the vessel without shore access and their identity documents being retained.The post Ongoing investigation of Indonesian fishers abandoned and exploited in Fiji appeared first on Human Rights At Sea

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Jan 13, 2021 05:23 pm

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