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Taller “Lineamientos de trazabilidad de la pesca”
Dictado por Sarah Caldwell, directora de proyecto de FishWise y responsable de SALT para América Latina, el 13 de diciembre de 2022Press enter to go to this resource, Taller "Lineamientos de trazabilidad de la pesca"
The environmental impacts of COVID-19: perspectives from fishing communities
The global crisis caused by COVID-19 resulted in challenges to the three dimensions of sustainability: social, economic, and environmental. Coastal communities that have invested in the design and implementation of marine conservation and sustainable fishing projects now face the dilemma of maintaining the the essence of their communities or continuing with the sustainable practices that…Press enter to go to this resource, The environmental impacts of COVID-19: perspectives from fishing communities
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Assembling tuna traceability in Indonesia
Using an assemblage lens, this paper challenges this technical understanding by analysing how traceability affects and is affected by the relations that constitute global value chains. Analysing the introduction of the ThisFish traceability system in a small-scale tuna fishery in Indonesia we show how an NGO de-stabilised existing relations and expertise around landing and trading…Press enter to go to this resource, Assembling tuna traceability in Indonesia
SAFE HARBOR Port Prevalence in Cases of Forced Labor in Fishing
Using 59 cases from the C4ADS Forced Labor Case Database, this analysis finds that between 2015 and 2020, Taiwan, Singapore, China, and South Africa were the most common port states visited by fishing vessels using forced labor, while Kaohsiung, Singapore, and Cape Town were the individual ports most frequently visited by fishing vessels using forced…Press enter to go to this resource, SAFE HARBOR Port Prevalence in Cases of Forced Labor in Fishing
There’s a ‘lot’ to be gained from effective seafood traceability: On the need to enact strong control measures
As the European Union (EU) is the world’s largest trader of fishery and aquaculture products, it is a significant factor in international seafood sourcing. With two-thirds of fish stocks worldwide either fully fished or overfished by a highly opaque global fishing sector, robust traceability of seafood is essential to ensuring that we are not inadvertently…Press enter to go to this resource, There’s a ‘lot’ to be gained from effective seafood traceability: On the need to enact strong control measures
CONTEXT ANALYSIS REPORT: Global Supply Chains, Labor Rights and Traceability
This report provides a context analysis of supply chain due diligence and traceability to support labor rights, including eliminating child labor and forced labor in global supply chains. Supply chain traceability has grown in scope and depth in the past decade because governments, brands, investors, consumers and workers demanded it.Press enter to go to this resource, CONTEXT ANALYSIS REPORT: Global Supply Chains, Labor Rights and Traceability
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Checklist for Governments: Lasting and Scalable Seafood Traceability
This checklist supports governments in designing and implementing lasting and scalable traceability systems in their seafood sectors. It compiles insights and advice gleaned from traceability experts and published resources and case studies. After reviewing findings for common themes and factors that influenced or interfered with traceability, this checklist was created for governments to consider, use,…Press enter to go to this resource, Checklist for Governments: Lasting and Scalable Seafood Traceability
Post-harvest video trainings: Women working together
This video shows how creating women's associations can benefit the small-scale fisheries post-harvest sector, economic development, and people's livelihoods. In this example, a group of women learned that working together, developing capacity through training, and creating a loan and savings association where their leaders are democratically elected will benefit the economic development of their communities…Press enter to go to this resource, Post-harvest video trainings: Women working together
How Tanzania can protect coastal fisheries and people who depend on them?
This webinar brought together stakeholders working on improving seafood traceability in Tanzania. This webinar allowed the government of Tanzania to express its commitment to seafood traceability and how SALT plans to support an upcoming project with the Tanzanian octopus fishery in the Kilwa District.Press enter to go to this resource, How Tanzania can protect coastal fisheries and people who depend on them?