British charity Human Rights at Sea published its latest report on the disappearances and deaths of fisheries observers and related crew in the Pacific region, highlighting troubling trends and a lack of support at sea, as well as insufficient protections for fisheries observers.
‘Slavery is not yet ended’, said Archbishop Sanchez Sorondo of the Pontifical Academies of Sciences and Social Sciences Slavery at the 24th World Congress of the Apostleship of the Sea in Taiwan. The Congress titled, ‘Caught in the Net’ focused specifically on the welfare and lives of fishermen around the world.
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