Indonesian workers still face abuse at sea, despite efforts to end modern slavery: report – Asia – South China Morning Post

Indonesian workers still face abuse at sea, despite efforts to end modern slavery: report – Asia – South China Morning Post
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Chinese and Hong Kong fishing companies are among a growing number of firms involved in forced labour practices towards Indonesian migrant workers, a new report by environmental group Greenpeace reveals, underlining the challenges in eradicating modern slavery practices at sea despite continuous diplomatic efforts.The report released on Monday found that 26 firms from mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Ivory Coast and Nauru were cited in scores of complaints of forced labour at sea from…Read More

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