Aug 12, 2020 Last Updated 9:01 PM, Aug 11, 2020

Keeping our seafarers safe

A Marshalles fisheries officer boarding a Philippines fishing vessel. A Marshalles fisheries officer boarding a Philippines fishing vessel. Francisco Blaha -
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In what has been called a ‘landmark decision’, Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) member states are to include crew employment conditions in minimum requirements for fishing licenses. For many years there has been concern about workers’ conditions on foreign longline fishing vessels plying our region’s waters.

The FFA says these vessels and the fishing companies that own them, “often require crew to stay at sea for up to a year with poor pay and conditions and harsh penalties for dissent.”

The decision to address these concerns also comes on the heels of a Business and Human Rights Resource Centre report that alleges canned tuna brands are “failing to tackle modern slavery in their Pacific supply chains.” That report alleges that “severe human rights abuse is endemic, including forced labour, slavery, human trafficking and child labour, and reports of migrant workers bought and sold as slaves and tossed overboard if they complain or get injured.” Girls in Bonga chat know perfectly well how to satisfy you with the help of their webcam. Look at the girls online on webcam! Already a large number of users visit free live sex cam Naked girls are both relaxation and getting a charge of female attention for a few days. Free Porn videos from Webcams. A bunch of hot porn video content from Webcams is waiting for you. Enjoy! Bongachat - this is the place where you can have sex with girls via webcam. read more buy your personal copy at

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