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Attempts to legalise ‘saiko’: The trans-shipment of fish at sea from industrial trawlers to canoes: A summary of the legal opinion on the fishing practice of saiko under Ghanaian law.

10 หลักการเพื่อความโปร่งใสในอุตสาหกรรมประมงและอาหารทะเลทั่วโลก - ฉบับภาษาไทย Ten principles of transparency: ความโปร่งใสเป็นเครื่องมือที่ดีที่สุดในการต่อสู้กับปัญหาการทำประมงผิดกฎหมายและการละเมิดสิทธิมนุษยชนในอุตสาหกรรมอาหารทะเล ด้วยเหตุนี้ มูลนิธิความยุติธรรมเชิงสิ่งแวดล้อม (EJF) จึงได้จัดทำหลักการด้านความโปร่งใส 10 ข้อ เพื่อแนวทางในการปฎิบัติให้แก่นานาประเทศ

Fish in disguise: Seafood fraud in Korea (Korean version): 가짜 생선 : 수산물 둔갑, 실태와 해결책 A year-long DNA test by EJF found that one out of three seafood samples in South Korea were wrongly labelled. This report provides a breakdown of the species most commonly mislabelled, illustrates the costs to people and the marine environment, and makes urgent recommendations for improving transparency in the Korean seafood system.

Fish in disguise: Seafood fraud in Korea: A year-long DNA test by EJF found that one out of three seafood samples in South Korea were wrongly labelled. This report provides a breakdown of the species most commonly mislabelled, illustrates the costs to people and the marine environment, and makes urgent recommendations for improving transparency in the Korean seafood system.

Climate action to secure human rights worldwide: A position paper for the German political landscape: Germany is in a unique position to become a global leader on climate. On joining the UN Security Council this year, and assuming presidency of the EU in 2020, the country must propel climate change mitigation and facilitate an international agreement to protect the rights of climate refugees. EJF's briefing explains why Germany must rise to the challenge.

Working Conditions on Fishing Vessels in West Africa: A case study of abandoned crew in Las Palmas: Isabel's 12 crew from several West African countries were stranded in the Spanish port of Las Palmas where the vessel was detained by Spanish authorities for a number of safety and administrative infractions. The crew were forced to live on board the boat for five months with inadequate food and accommodation.