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Human Trafficking the Fisheries Sector: The Indonesian Example

September 3, 2020
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This discussion document is based on the second in a series of Blue Justice Forum webinars facilitated by the Blue Justice Initiative Secretariat in conjunction with the UNDP Blue Resilience project and co-hosted by the Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative (IOJI).

The theme for the webinar was the ‘Human Trafficking in the Fisheries Sector: The Indonesian Example.

The webinar was presented by the following experts:

  • Wawan Fahrudin, Coordinator of Professional Workers of the Head of the Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency on behalf of the Head of the Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency
  • Mas Achmad Santosa, CEO of the IOJI
  • Judha Nugraha, Director for the Protection of Citizen and Legal Entities Overseas at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia
  • Gunnar Stølsvik, Policy Director of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Fisheries

A total of 164 participants joined the webinar from a total of 12 countries (Austria, Brunei Darussalam, Denmark, France, India, Indonesia, Norway, Philippines, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom and the United States of America). The webinar was moderated by Emma Witbooi of the UNDP Blue Resilience project.

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