The Implementation of UN Resolution 61/105 in the Management of Deep-Sea Fisheries on the High Seas
This report finds that the measures taken to protect vulnerable marine ecosystems and deep-sea species on the high seas in the North Atlantic are at b ...
Recommendations for the Meeting of the North-East Atlantic Fisheries Commission 9-13 November 2009
In this briefing the authors set out recommendations on how the North-East Atlantic Fisheries Commission can better implement UN GA Resolution 61/105 ...
Information on Experience Gained on Combating IUU fishing in the NEAFC Area
This is a note prepared by the NEAFC Secretariat for the 28th Session of FAO COFI in Rome 2-6 March 2009. It includes information on two NEAFC tools t ...
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 ...
Recent Results in Combating IUU Fishing Based on the NEAFC Scheme
This is a note from NEAFC on the success of the RFMOs Scheme of Control and Enforcement, which has resulted in around 15 IUU vessels out of 20 o ...
12th North Atlantic Fisheries Ministers Conference: Communiqu
This is a brief note from the NEAFC conference held in Narsaq, Greenland 20-23 June 2007. It notes the real progress made in the continuing fight agai ...
Caught RED-handed: Daylight Robbery on the High Seas
This paper exposes what Greenpeace calls the daylight robbery taking place across the seas and outlines why regional management is not suf ...
26th Annual Meeting of the North East Atlantic Fisheries Commission (NEAFC)
The meeting is taking place from 12-16 November 2007. Of particular interest is the session will be dedicated to the NEAFC Scheme of Control and Enfor
Time's up: fisheries managers fail to meet international commitments
Oceana denounces a pirate fishing vessel that is illegally receiving provisions today in Spain
Pew releases IUU fishing info
21 vessels newly 'blacklisted'
Oceana denounces Spanish owned pirate fishing vessel and asks for tough measures against IUU fishing
Activists lock pirates of Portugal in port
Greenpeace demands immediate scrapping of four Portuguese Pirate Vessels
Nor-Fishing 2008 exhibition opens in Norway today
Globalization is destroying the world's oceans
North-East Atlantic Fisheries Commission adopts comprehensive agreement to protect the deep-sea
Commission welcomes pioneering move to halt destructive fishing practices
European Commission and Russia agree to strengthen dialogue in fisheries
Major success in the fight against illegal fishing
Commission regrets missed opportunities at meeting of General Fisheries Commission
Call for fight against illegal fishing
Namibia: Regional fisheries watchdog sets fish quotas
Commission welcomes action against illegal fishing in South East Atlantic
IMO to tackle coastal piracy
Joe Borg: "North Atlantic fisheries ministers' conference shows value of international cooperation in fight against illegal fishing"
Fight against illegal catching gaining ground
Borg: NEAFC review sets standard
North Atlantic ports closed to illegally caught fish
Will the fight against IUU fishing succeed?
Commission welcomes new port controls
NEAFC net in place to catch illegal, unreported and unregulated, IUU, fishing - port control enters into force tomorrow 1 May
Reductions in deep-sea fisheries are inevitable, says Commission
Plundering Europe's high seas
Commission hails move on illegal catching
EU Fisheries Control Agency adopts first work programme for 2007
Greenpeace wants Russian crackdown on international fishing piracy
Greenpeace welcomes Russian decision to detain "pirate fleet"
Pirates of the North Atlantic in Kaliningrad
Greenpeace demands Russia acts according to international agreements
Greenpeace wants Russia to crackdown on international fishing piracy
Oceana calls for an agreement between Spain and Norway to chase illegal fishing
Greenpeace hit at high seas fishing piracy
Joe Borg addresses illegal cod fishing in the Barents Sea
Closing the Net: NEAFC and IUU Fisheries