Indonesian maritime workers take part in a rally in front of the Chinese embassy in Jakarta to condemn abuses against fishing crews. Photo: AFP Indonesian maritime workers take part in a rally in front of the Chinese embassy in Jakarta to condemn abuses against fishing crews. Photo: AFP
Indonesian maritime workers take part in a rally in front of the Chinese embassy in Jakarta to condemn abuses against fishing crews. Photo: AFP
Indonesia

Indonesian workers still face abuse at sea, despite efforts to end modern slavery: report

  • Greenpeace says 26 firms from mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Ivory Coast and Nauru were cited in scores of forced labour complaints from 2019 to 2020
  • The growing problem comes even after Indonesia sought China’s help in protecting its workers, and the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution to protect seafarers during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Indonesian maritime workers take part in a rally in front of the Chinese embassy in Jakarta to condemn abuses against fishing crews. Photo: AFP Indonesian maritime workers take part in a rally in front of the Chinese embassy in Jakarta to condemn abuses against fishing crews. Photo: AFP
Indonesian maritime workers take part in a rally in front of the Chinese embassy in Jakarta to condemn abuses against fishing crews. Photo: AFP
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