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How to reduce slavery in seafood supply chains

Seafood is one of the most-traded foods in the world. The sector employs at least 260 million workers globally, and some 3 billion people rely on seafood as a primary source of protein.

  • Trevor J Ward
  • The Conversation

The US State Department and other credible sources have consistently identified the seafood sector as a significant contributor to the global incidence of modern slavery.

Psar 1aWidespread forced labour has been reported in the seafood industry in 47 countries.

Part of the problem is that global seafood supply chains are long and complex. That’s why my colleagues and I have developed a…

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