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An estimated 200,000 men and boys are thought to be in slavery and forced labour in the fishing industry in South East Asia. It is an industry worth over $6 billion that supplies fish products to the world.
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Fish sold in Australia being caught by modern-day slaves who are forced to spend months at sea
Trafficking persists on Thai fishing boats, as campaigners challenge supermarkets to guarantee products are slavery free
Slavery affects more than 40 million people worldwide – more than at any other time in history. Why?
The brutal conditions on fishing boats including modern slavery
No penalties for businesses who don’t comply with Modern Slavery Act
“I only learned that I was trafficked when I was in the middle of the ocean. The Thai captain told me that I was sold.”
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