Ireland Takes Steps to Protect Migrant Workers From Modern Slavery

25 April 2019
Research Innovation

Ireland has agreed to modify the Atypical Worker permit scheme to increase protections for migrant fishermen who are vulnerable to modern slavery. Under the changes to the scheme migrant fishermen are now able to more easily transfer to a different vessel and employment documents will have to be provided in the worker’s native language, among other safeguards. Learn more about the Ireland’s efforts to protect migrant fishermen here.

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