We are seeing a growth in voluntary labour certification standards to demonstrate socially responsible labour practices on vessels in wild-capture fisheries. This Seafood Ethics Common Language Group (SELG) bite-size meeting will look at how these standards and initiatives have developed and are evolving, and how they could be benchmarked in the future.
Mike KraftFISH Standard
Thomas van HaarenConsumer Goods Forum
How to register
To register for this event please contact Karen Green, Industry Issues and Communications.
Please note, there is a maximum capacity of 100 attendees for this webinar.
Once you've successfully registered for this event, you will receive an event registration confirmation email from Eventbrite, which will include the link to access the event.
About the Seafood Ethics Common Language Group (SECLG)
The SECLG provides a safe meeting space to discuss the key ethical issues faced by the international seafood industry. The group looks at social welfare issues that affect the UK seafood supply chain, whether in the UK or seafood imported into the UK. This covers human trafficking, labour abuses, child labour, debt bondage, forced labour, migrant workers, and modern slavery. It is an opportunity to share new ideas or best practice case studies from around the world.
SECLG monthly news updates
To find out more about the group and the topics discussed you can sign up to receive the SECLG monthly news update, which includes details on how to register for the various group meetings. Once you have filled in your details you will be given the option to register to receive any of the Seafish newsletters.
Seafood Issues Groups
The SECLG is one of a number of Seafish-facilitated discussion forums which focus on the integrity of the seafood supply chain. These groups provide a discussion platform for some of the most important issues facing the seafood industry, particularly in relation to the responsible sourcing of seafood. They are an opportunity for all those involved in the seafood supply chain to reach a consensus on common issues.