Indonesian crew with an illegally killed dolphin aboard a Taiwanese vessel. Photo: Handout/Environmental Justice FoundationIndonesian crew with an illegally killed dolphin aboard a Taiwanese vessel. Photo: Handout/Environmental Justice Foundation
Indonesian crew with an illegally killed dolphin aboard a Taiwanese vessel. Photo: Handout/Environmental Justice Foundation

On Taiwanese ships, Indonesian workers abused, illegal fishing reported: NGO

  • The Environmental Justice Foundation found the Indonesian workers it interviewed experienced wage issues, excessive overtime and physical abuse
  • Crew from Taiwan’s distant-water fishing fleet, one of the world’s largest, also say some vessels engaged in shark finning and dolphin killing

Topic |   Taiwan
Indonesian crew with an illegally killed dolphin aboard a Taiwanese vessel. Photo: Handout/Environmental Justice FoundationIndonesian crew with an illegally killed dolphin aboard a Taiwanese vessel. Photo: Handout/Environmental Justice Foundation
Indonesian crew with an illegally killed dolphin aboard a Taiwanese vessel. Photo: Handout/Environmental Justice Foundation
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