There is Change Starting To Prevent Human Trafficking and slavery in Imported Seafood

Our Advent seafood Calendar brings you a Traffik-free christmas

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On average, a large ship sinks every four days and between 2,000 and 6,000 seamen die annually, typically because of avoidable accidents linked to lax safety practices.
— New York Times
Thailand is one of the worst human trafficking hubs on earth. It has been black-listed for the past two years.
— US State Department
After being sold to the factory, they were trapped with nearly 100 other Burmese migrants. Children worked alongside them, including a girl so tiny she had to stand on a stool to reach the peeling table.
Last year, more than 5,200 seafarers were attacked by pirates and robbers and more than 500 were taken hostage
— New York Times Database

Read the New York Times series 'The Outlaw Ocean' on the lawlessness of the high seas. Ian Urbina reveals that crime and violence in international waters often goes unpunished.