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Why is it so difficult to stamp out seafood slavery? There is little justice, even in court

By Sallie Yea, Associate professor & Principal Research Fellow, La Trobe University
Wayne Palmer, Research fellow, Monash University
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Supply chain transparency is important, but countries like Australia also must do more to support the justice process, such as securing compensation for fishermen and putting traffickers in jail.

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