We don’t want seafood contaminated by forced labour and slavery!

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Mark O'Cleirigh
4 years ago
I am siging because tis unfathomable to think that slavery continues to exist in the 21st Century. Please do something about it

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Simon Mackay
4 years ago
Australia should follow what the USA and UK are doing and require businesses to provide public statements about the supply chain for their goods and services to protect it against slavery and forced labour. This includes the use of "conflict materials" that are sourced by forced labour during times of war or similar conflict.

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David Arnott
4 years ago
I wish to see slavery and forced labour abolished

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vivien brass
4 years ago
I want trafficking of people to stop! I want them to be valued and not exploited

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Paul Ellis
4 years ago
I believe in a world free of injustices, inequality, unfair treatment and slavery. The Australian governments needs to enact legislation that protects the rights of workers in the fishing industry and to ensure its consistent with other state / nations.

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Mary Szabo
4 years ago
As a First World country we have a duty to support, not exploit, our less fortunate brothers and sisters. I say 'NO' to all forms of slavery and exploitation. Let's end them all now!

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Joanne Megaw
4 years ago
Everyone needs to be fairly recompensed for their work

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Elizabeth Sorrell
4 years ago
Australians should not be consuming anything produced with trafficked or slave labour.

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Brittany Mattes
4 years ago
Everyone has the right to freedom

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D Williamson
4 years ago
This is unsustainable business practice, if these operations cannot work without indentured & / or slave labour, they should not be in business in the 21st century. Pay people a full and fair wage for their work, without fear or intimidation of them or their families.