A nonprofit Combating Human Trafficking at Seas
The Multi-stakeholders Initiative for Accountable Supply Chain
of Thai Fisheries (MAST)
The Multi-Stakeholder Initiative for Accountable Supply Chain of Thai Fisheries or MAST was established in March 2016 as a coalition to address the root causes of human trafficking and IUU fishing in the Southeast Asia fishing sector with a collaborative, constructive approach.
MAST combines the expertise of experienced on-the-ground experts from civil society with well-regarded professional consultancies to activate robust positive solutions for fisher communities. MAST aims to work with civil society, businesses, and governments to move toward real change with better living conditions for workers and fishers. Our ultimate goal is to create thriving fisher communities that promote sustainable fishery, providing consumers with ethically-sourced and seafood that is free from forced and slave labor.
Active Founding Members of MAST are:
The Labour Rights Promotion Network Foundation (LPN)
TLCS Legal Advocate (Bangkok)
In September 2018, The Multi-Stakeholder Initiative for Accountable Supply Chain of Thai Fisheries has been registered as a nonprofit company in Thailand under the name "MAST Human" to be a reflection of our works for human and the oceans.
“A Seafood Sector in South East Asia
A Thai-led regional, community-based participatory model that brings civil society, government and private sector together to address the root causes of human trafficking in the Southeast Asia seafood sector progressively over time.
Solving Mystery at Sea
Pilot Project "Digital Artisanal Fisheries"
Combat IUU Fishing and slave labor
Promote Sustainable Fishery, traceability
mast human intelligence* coming up!
using mobile technology to track the well-being of fishers, migrant workers in the fishing industry
provides a platform for listening to voices of the vulnerable
raising awareness, better protection, and prompt intervention
Access to Justice
Use technology to facilitate vulnerable workers to access the grievance mechanism
Raise awareness and prevent human trafficking in business supply
Legal & Medical Workshop
Equip Civil Society for Better Care of Trafficked Persons and themselves Increase NGOs' competency for transparent prosecution