Dominic Chakrabongse

Dominic Chakrabongse works for an international environmental organisation as well as being an independent fisheries expert. He has worked on fisheries and labour issues for over seven years and specifically on Thailand’s fishing industry for five. During this Dominic has conducted multiple field investigations across the SE Asian region into illegal fishing crimes and conducted interviews with over 50 survivors of human trafficking and forced labour survivors.
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Thailand’s subsidies are now the biggest threat to its fisheries

In recent weeks my newsfeeds have been abuzz with conversations, reviews and watch parties for the new Netflix documentary Seaspiracy. I have several issues with the...

Photo Essay: The burden of the outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak has disproportionately affected the poor and the working class around the world. The same is true in Thailand.In this photo...

Photo Essay: Bangkok old town under lockdown

Bangkok has been under curfew and lockdown for over a month as the government continues its fight against the outbreak of coronavirus.Dominic captures...

Plastic is precious

The government’s ban on plastic is a positive step in the right direction. Before the ban, Thailand was using over 70 billion plastic bags every...

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