The Real Life of Fishing Labour

Migrant workers comprise most of the workforce in Thailand’s fishing sector. Ensuring that workers are aware of their rights and know how to find help to protect them is essential to keep them safe at work, preventing and ending abusive labour practices.

To mark World Day for Safety and Health at Work (28 April 2018) and International Workers’ Day (1 May 2018), IOM X and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) are launching a new video to make sure fishers know their rights at work, and how to protect them.

The videos are part of the Ship to Shore Rights Project, funded by the European Union and the IOM X campaign. Scroll down to watch the videos, and find additional resources here.

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