A mental revolution washing ashore with the tide
Political economist and founder of the Center for Agricultural and People Support Indonesia
PREMIUM The International Conference on Human Rights Protection in the Fishery Industry hosted by the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry on March 27 provided an opportunity for Minister Susi Pudjiastuti to lay out the thinking behind the new regulations she has introduced. The horrific reality and practice of modern day slavery in Benjina and Ambon that the Associated Press laid bare two years ago...
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