Prepared by Lisa Rende Taylor, Jarrett Basedow, Mark Taylor, and David Visser.

In collaboration with Coventry University, Issara contributed to Fish for Export: Working in the Wild Capture Seafood Industry in Indonesia and distilled additional fieldwork and learning in Thailand and Indonesia into this brief targeted at a responsible sourcing audience.

Labour Risks in the Thai and Indonesian Fishing Industries: A Practical Guide for Responsible Sourcing - Issara Institute, 2019 DOWNLOAD

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