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Evidences of DWF Illegal Labor and IUU in Taiwan 

Evidences of DWF Illegal Labor and IUU in Taiwan 

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03/02/2020 
Evidence of Distant Water Fisheries (DWF) and Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing practices in Taiwan.
Labour and human rights abuses continue to exist in Taiwan’s Distant Water Fishing fleets. In an investigation for the report “Choppy Waters - Forced Labour and Illegal Fishing in Taiwan's Distant Water Fisheries”, Greenpeace East Asia visited one of the ports most frequented by Taiwanese vessels and interviewed migrant fishers, all hired from Indonesia, who worked on fishing vessels flagged or otherwise linked to Taiwan; as well as analysed the fishers’ contracts and salary slips.
In one of the videos in this shoot, a dolphin is caught by a Taiwan tuna longliner. According to the crew, the fishing vessel is suspected of forced labor, shark finning and illegal transshipment at sea. 
In original language: 
臺灣鮪延繩釣漁船捕撈到海豚 
臺灣鮪延繩釣漁船捕撈到海豚,而這是非法的作業行為。根據漁工訪談,該艘漁船上疑似有強迫勞動、割鰭棄身與非法與其他漁船轉載之行為。 
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