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Human Trafficking in Fisheries from the Perspective of the UNCLOS Provision that Bans Slavery – The Case Study of Indonesia

November 19, 2020
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This discussion document is based on the 14th webinar in a series of Blue Justice Forum webinars facilitated by the Blue Justice Initiative Secretariat in conjunction with the UNDP Blue Resilience project.

The theme for the webinar was the ‘Human Trafficking in Fisheries from the Perspective of the UNCLOS Provision that Bans Slavery – The Case Study of Indonesia’.

The webinar was presented by H.E Prof. Dr. Todung Mulya Lubis – Indonesian Ambassador to Norway and Human Rights Lawyer and Dr. Ioannis Chapsos – Assistant Professor and Research Lead in Maritime Security Centre For Trust, Peace & Social Relations, Coventry University. A total of 30 participants joined the webinar from 14 countries (Australia, Austria, Brazil, Denmark, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Malaysia, Norway, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States). The webinar was moderated by Emma Witbooi from the Blue Resilience project

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