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Vietnam's seafood production

Protect labor rights and safe, secure working environments for all workers, including migrant workers, and those in precarious employment.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Labor Unions: Local chapters or branches of larger labor unions often work to protect the rights and interests of workers in specific industries or regions.

  2. Workers' Centers: Focus on providing support and advocacy for workers, especially those in low-wage and precarious employment situations.

  3. Occupational Safety and Health Committees: Promote and ensure workplace safety and health standards within specific industries or communities.

  4. Community-Based NGOs: Focus on labor rights and workplace safety, providing education, advocacy, and support to workers.

  5. Legal Aid and Worker Rights Clinics: Offer legal assistance and advice to workers facing labor rights violations, helping them navigate legal processes and seek justice.

  6. Women's and Minority Rights Organizations: Address the unique challenges faced by women and minority workers, advocating for equal rights and fair treatment in the workplace.

  7. Community Development Associations: Improve overall community well-being, including advocating for decent working conditions and fair labor practices.

  8. Environmental Justice Groups: Where environmental factors impact labor conditions, these organizations work to ensure a safe and healthy workplace.

  9. Local Human Rights Advocacy Groups: Focus on a broad range of human rights issues, including labor rights, within a specific local or regional context.

  10. Youth and Student Activist Groups: Focus on labor rights and safe working environments, especially in industries that employ a significant number of young workers.

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