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The HRAS Interview: Dr Patricia Kailola, CEO of Pacific Dialogue, Fiji

Tuna: Caught by Slaves and Canned by Slaves

Welcoming and warm-hearted, Fijians and other Pacific Islanders can be lured into the dark side of commercial tuna fishing. 337 more words


Greetings from the Center of the World

Hello Fellow Travelers

After several months of waiting and a surprise change of plans, we suddenly find ourselves at the center of the world.   Well, maybe not quite, but you can almost see it from here. 412 more words


Another unknown hell

Today is 30th July, International Day Against Trafficking.
I only hope this business can be stopped.

Another Unknown Hell

She crouched behind the boxes.
A lonely little girl, amongst unknown faces. 154 more words


Victims of Trafficking - an insight into the modern slave - Article by Sonya King

Lawson Hunte is always looking for positive ways to improve peoples lives, we have looked into the issue of trafficking extensively and have found an interesting list on the US Department of State’s website which will help those who work with individuals who may have been trafficked… 389 more words


MEPs support shipping industry’s call for stronger Member State action in the Mediterranean

ECSA, the European Community Shipowners’ Associations and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association (NSA) participated yesterday in a hearing on migration organised by the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee in Strasbourg. 416 more words


Updated SeaWatch Migrant Rescue blog Nos. 6 & 7

The SeaWatch Migrant Rescue blog has been updated with news of the team’s progress down into the Mediterranean and also analysis of anti-smuggling law and migrant rights by Daniel Shepherd, Human Rights at Sea Intern and Seawatch spokesperson.



Human Trafficking: The Giant Ocean Case: Challenges in Securing Justice for Exploited Fishermen

USAID’s Counter Trafficking in Persons II (CTIP) Program launched its video “The Giant Ocean Case: Challenges in Securing Justice for Exploited Fishermen.” The 30-minute video exposes the human trafficking ring behind the former recruitment agency, Giant Ocean International Limited, convicted for human trafficking in Cambodia. 55 more words