Publications

Ambon’s Trafficking-In-Person Case in Relation to Illegal, Unreported and Undocumented (IUU) Fishing Report - Generated Data Report (2015)

2015

In August 2015, IOM Indonesia’s Counter Trafficking and Labour Migration (CTLM) project team conducted interviews with 285 foreign trafficking-in-person victims who had been working in the fisheries in Indonesia. The resulting data was incorporated in the 2016 Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and Fisheries Crime in the Indonesian Fishing Industry report prepared in partnership with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and Coventry University.

Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and Fisheries Crime in the Indonesian Fishing Industry - IOM

2016

IOM Research Supports New Fisheries Industry Human Rights Audit

Jakarta, Indonesia

A new government decree based in part on IOM’s ground-breaking research into human trafficking in the Indonesian fisheries will address chronic human rights abuses in the industry, the country’s Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) says.