Fighting against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing: Impacts and Challenges for ACP Countries
The 10th Brussels Development Briefing took place on 29th April 2009 (ACP Secretariat, Brussels). The Briefing reviewed the main economic, social and ...
Statement of Commitment by SADC Ministers Responsible for Marine Fisheries on Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing
This is the Statement of Commitment signed by ministers from SADC coastal states at the end of a ministerial conference in Windhoek, 2-4 July 2008, to ...
Study and Analysis of the Status of IUU Fishing in the SADC Region and an Estimate of the Economic, Social and Biological Impacts
The study explores and helps to quantify the magnitude and types of Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) fishing in the Southern African Developm ...
1st Regional Meeting of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly: Southern Africa - Final Communique
The 15 members of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (ACP-EU JPA) from the SADC member states and the EU met in Windhoek, Namibia on 28-29 April ...
Southern and Eastern Africa Forum to Counter IUU Fishing
The Southern and Eastern Africa Forum to Counter IUU Fishing was hosted by the Government of Mozambique and co-supported by the Stop Illegal Fishing P ...
Programme of Support to Tackling IUU Fishing in Southern Africa: Programme Brief and Update no. 1
As a follow on action from the International High Seas Task Force, the UK Government has committed to support an African policy process to tackle IUU ...
SADC Protocol on Fisheries
Click here for links to the various sections of the Protocol. These include ...
SADC Ministerial Conference
The SADC Marine Fisheries Ministerial Conference to Stop Illegal Fishing will take place over three days in Windhoek, Namibia 20-22 May 2008. The conf
Stop Illegal fishing
The commitment to stop illegal fishing already exists in Southern Africa. Countries, organisations and individuals are fighting illegal fishing on a daily basis. The Stop Illegal Fishing programme brings new international support to this fight. The Programme aims to facilitate a coherent regional commitment to tackling illegal fishing between the SADC coastal Member States of Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Tanzania.
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Mozambique arrests an Iranian-flagged fishing vessel for IUU fishing
Tz to earn $200m from Tuna exports
Magufuli lands Sh200bn deepen fishing contract
UK Minister visits Mozambique and commits further support to the Stop Illegal Fishing Programme
Safeguarding Africa's fishing waters: Regional action needed to stop illegal trawlers off the coast
Government declares war on pirate trawlers
Illegal fishing - Not here!
Tanzania, SADC join forces against illegal fishing
Boost for fisheries governance and trade through NEPAD-led Pan-African partnership
EJF argues for action against Flags and Ports of Non-Compliance to stop pirate fishing (IUU)
Mozambique: Namibia awaiting information on seized fishing ship
Namibian vessel seized
South Africa fisheries ministers agree to fight illegal fishing
SADC Fisheries Ministers sign landmark IUU Agreement, and Mozambique applies it immediately
Editorial: Move to control unregulated fishing commendable
Southern African states move to eradicate pirate fishing
Africa urged to speed up control of illegal fishing
Namibian trawler netted in Pacific for illegal fishing
SADC initiative on high seas welcome
Namibia: region battles with 'cancer' of fishing
Govt revokes fishing licences for 69 boats
Dar gets tough on illegal fishing
Southern Africa: SADC countries to toughen up on fighting illegal fishing
Southern Africa: SADC seeks solutions to illegal fishing
Namibia: illegal fishing cause for concern
Southern Africa gets tough on illicit fishing
Regional conference to stop illegal fishing opens
Southern Africa: SADC loses billions to illicit fishing
SADC battling with illegal fisheries
Southern Africa: SADC fishing communities to add weight to curb fish plunder
Namibia: fishing conference postponed due to cabinet retreat
Namibia: fishing revenue expected to go up
The Stop Illegal Fishing photo competition
Southern Africa: SADC fisheries officials meet
DFID to support Namibia in driving political action on illegal fishing in sub-Saharan Africa
The Billion Dollar Question: Stopping Illegal Fishing in Southern Africa
MCS Initiatives in Southern Africa