With long and complex seafood supply chains, and diverse labour supply models, it can be difficult to map and monitor recruitment models, and ensure due diligence is being observed.
This Seafood Ethics Common Language Group bite-size meeting will revisit the topic of responsible recruitment. This will cover the recruitment of local and migrant workers, changes to migration patterns and recruitment practices, and how to ensure the remediation of worker-paid recruitment fees.
Through a series of short presentations we will look broadly at current recruitment risks, the shortage of labour and access to workers, and new initiatives to support responsible recruitment in the seafood sector globally.
Mike Park, SWFPA
Mark Taylor, Issara Institute.
Hussein, Macarambon, ILO Ship to Shore Rights South East Asia national programme coordinator, Manila.
Ros Bennett, Quality and Integrity Manager, Stronger Together.
How to register
To register for this event please email Karen Green, Industry Issues and Communications (link opens in a new window).
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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.
Find out more about our Seafood Issues Groups by following the link below.