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  1. 1 read Language English Following the establishment of a dedicated task force, the Irish government has issued its Report of the Government Task Force on Non-European Economic Area (EEA) workers in the Irish Fishing Fleet December 2015. The report was ins ...

    Following the establishment of a dedicated task force, the Irish government has issued its Report of the Government Task Force on Non-European Economic Area (EEA) workers in the Irish Fishing Fleet December 2015. The report was instigated in response to The Guardian (November 2, 2015) article raising the issue of trafficked migrant fishermen and in which it revealed that: “African and Asian migrant workers are being routinely but illegally used as cheap labor on Irish fishing trawlers working out of some of the country’s most popular tourist ports.”The report was chaired by Simon Coveney T.D. Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine in which he stated in the foreword that: “The scheme to allow for the structured and transparent employment of non-EEA workers within a defined framework in the Irish fishing fleet, as set out in this report, has been endorsed by Government. While the issues addressed in the report focus solely on bringing forward recommendations in the Irish context, the potential exploitation of such workers is a global phenomenon and certainly not unique to Ireland. 

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