Analysis of Expected Consequences for Developing Countries of the IUU Fishing Proposed Regulation and Identification of Measures Needed to Implement the Regulation - Phase 2
This report describes the findings of an evaluation of the expected impacts of Council Regulation (EC) No.1005/2008 of 29th September 2008 establishin ...
Corruption and Industrial Fishing in Africa
Africas marine resources are increasingly in demand and are gaining in geopolitical importance. Competition between key fishing nations for access and ...
Selfish Europe: How the Economic Partnership Agreements Would Further Contribute to the Decline of Fish Stocks and Exacerbate the Food Crisis in Senegal
This report reveals what it describes as the exploitative practices of European trawlers operating in West African waters, which have major implicatio ...
Fishing for the truth: is Europe really destroying African fisheries industry?
This brief document attempts to answer criticisms of the European Partnership Agreements (EPAs) on fisheries, countering claims that EPAs have negativ ...
How the Economic Partnership Agreements would further contribute to the decline of fish stocks and exacerbate the food crisis in Senegal
Against a background of unprecedented food shortages, including in Senegal, this study aims to analyse how the Economic Partnership Agreements current ...
Ecolabelling as a Potential Marketing Tool for African Products
This report was produced as a result of activities carried under the Development of an African Ecolabelling Scheme. This is part of a proj ...
Feasibility Study: Eco-labelling of Artisanal Coastal Fisheries in Senegal
The majority of today certified fisheries are located in developed countries. Tropical small scale fisheries and artisanal fisheries from developing c ...
Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in West Africa
This paper is a submission to the Technical Consultation to Review Progress and Promote the Full Implementation of the IPOA to Prevent, Deter and Elim ...
Seven steps to prevent the collapse of west Africa's fishing grounds
West Africa: Greenpeace Declares Region's Waters As No-Go Zone for Illegal Fishing Vessels
Greenpeace urges west Africa to protect fish stocks
"Pirate fishing" takes root off West African coast
Sub-regional cooperation needed for sustainable fisheries resources
Guinea-Bissau to crack down on illegal fishing
US Dept of Defense - Coast Guard Cutter helps navy on African coast
Editorial: Time for more robust measures to protect our fish and marine resources
Safeguarding Africa's fishing waters: Regional action needed to stop illegal trawlers off the coast
'Pirate' trawlers gutting Ghana's fishing industry
No tuna, no salmon. No oysters, no skate. No cod and chips
International effort promotes protection of fishing, ports and trade
Who is scooping up our fish?
Rich countries once used gunboats to seize food. Now they use trade deals
Is Europe really destroying African fisheries' industry?
West Africa: Overfishing linked to food crisis, migration
This open access will deplete our fisheries
Guinea-Bissau: Fishermen turn to trafficking as fish profits drop
Fish and timber in West Africa need more sustainable EU policies say MEPs
Trawlers threaten west Africa fish stocks
Senegal, Bissau sign fishing deal to face EU
US Navy helps West Africans tackle illegal fishing, migration
Africa Partnership Station concludes collaborative engagement in Gabon
Europe's appetite for seafood propels illegal trade
Europe takes Africa's fish, and boatloads of migrants follow
Swordfish face pirate danger
Death on the road to El Dorado
Pirate boats targeting NZs swordfish
Africa: U.S.-Africa team up to fight maritime insecurity
Africa: And then there were no fish
European Union provides 5 million euros to combat illegal fishing in Cape Verde
May review of Fish Stocks Agreement to stress participation, implementation in order to reverse decline of fish stocks
Partnership West Africa on Fisheries and IUU Fishing