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Ghost Fleet: Film Screening, Discussion, & Fund to End Forced Labor
Irvine Auditorium, MIIS Middlebury Inst. of International Studies at Monterey
Monterey, CA
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29 Mar 2024 18:00
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Ghost Fleet: Film Screening, Discussion, & Fund to End Forced Labor
Ghost Fleet:  Film Screening, Discussion, & Fund to End Forced Labor
Speaker:  Patima Tungpuchayakul, co-founder of the Labour Protection Network
Friday, March 29th, 2024
6:00pm to 8:00pm Pacific Time
In-Person Event and Virtual via Zoom
Irvine Auditorium, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
499 Pierce Street, Monterey, CA 93940
Free, open to the public, reception to follow

DONATIONS to the Labour Protection Network strongly encouraged

FILM TRAILER:  https://www.lpnfoundation.org/ghost-fleet


Join us for a film screening on the dirty secrets of the global fishing supply chain. Ghost Fleet is the incredible true story of Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul and her team at the Labour Protection Network (LPN) embarking on a dangerous journey to the most remote Indonesian islands to rescue and liberate fishermen who have been tricked or trafficked into the horrific world of forced labor in the Thai fishing industry. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Patima on her impactful work. The event is free, but there will be an opportunity to donate to LPN to aid their critical operations supporting migrant communities in Thailand. There will be a short happy hour with food and drinks following the screening.


Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul has committed her life to rescuing and returning home men from Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and other Southeast Asian nations who have been sold to Thai fishing companies by human traffickers. Once at sea, these captive men go months, even years, without setting foot on land, earning little to no pay, trapped in a modern form of slavery on the boats and forced to endure horrific and often deadly conditions. Patima and her small team of activists risk their lives on remote Indonesian islands to find these men, fight for their emancipation and seek justice for them. In the face of illness, death threats, corruption, and complacency, Patimas fearless determination reveals stories of criminal conspiracy at the heart of the global seafood industry, as she calls on her nation and the world to wake up and take action.


Ms. Patima Tungpuchayakul has emerged as the key leader in ending slavery at sea in Southeast Asia. Her rescue work was the subject of a 2019 award-winning documentary film Ghost Fleet, and earned her a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017. After surviving her own bout with cancer at age 22, she became an activist and has dedicated her life to helping others. Over two decades, Patima has built awareness of human rights abuse and protected migrant workers across 10 nations in the region.

In 2004, she co-founded the Labour Protection Network (LPN) along with her husband Sompong Srakaew. They have assisted over 5,000 Thai and migrant workers to date.

   "My goal is to live to help others."


5:30pm: Doors open

6:00pm: Event begins (film runs 90 minutes)

7:30pm: Discussion & Audience Questions, with guest speaker via Zoom Ms. Patima Tungpuchayakul

8:00pm: Event ends


   Ghost Fleet is available free of charge on Tubi:  Ghost Fleet Film (90 minutes).  Remote attendees are encouraged to join us for the brief introductory remarks at approximately 6:00pm, then watch the film on their own, rejoining us for the discussion at approximately 7:30pm.  



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There is no obligation to give in order to attend.  Knowledge is power, please join us and advocate for the end of forced labor at sea.

The fundraising goal is $5000.00 with a specific purpose:  to help a small fishing community in the south of Thailand rebuild their lives after five men were wrongfully imprisoned and detained for 7 months in Malaysia.  LEARN MORE:  https://www.gofundme.com/f/lpn-fundraiser-a-fund-to-end-forced-labor-at-sea

EVENT LOCATION:  McCone Irvine Auditorium

The McCone Building is located at 499 Pierce Street, Monterey, CA, 93940, on the campus of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Attendees should enter through the glass doors from Pierce Street, and the Irvine Auditorium is located inside to the left. View the campus map at miis.edu.


Parking is available in any Middlebury Institute campus lot after 5 p.m., no parking permit required, no fee.  View the campus map at miis.edu.  Free parking is also available on the street (time limits on surrounding streets end at 6 p.m.).


Contact Rachel Christopherson at the Center for the Blue Economy at cbe@miis.edu or (831) 647-4183.


We thank KAZU radio, 90.3 KAZU-NPR for the Monterey Bay Areaa community service of the California State University, Monterey Bay, and the Nancy Eccles and Homer M. Hayward Family Foundation.


The Center for the Blue Economy is a research center at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.  Our mission is to provide economic and policy analysis that supports the development of a robust and equitable blue economy for the 21st century. The Center uses the World Banks definition of the Blue Economy: the sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods and jobs, and ocean ecosystem health.


Irvine Auditorium, MIIS Middlebury Inst. of International Studies at Monterey (Afficher)
499 Pierce Street, McCone Bldg
Monterey, CA 93940
United States

Fuseau horaire: America/Los_Angeles
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ZOOM LINK https://middlebury.zoom.us/j/93416660930?pwd=RDEvU21PMjkvYmJISjZzWGdUV3MrQT09 Password: NoPlanetB Meeting ID: 934 1666 0930 More details in description or at: go.miis.edu/ghostfleet


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