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- Peer Reviewed Article
A practical take on the duty to uphold human rights in seafood workplaces
This paper searched for workplace guidance for respecting rights and then conducted research to identify the legal minimums that states have signed and ratified as essential and are also in the scope of the business duty set out in the United Nations Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights, 2011.Press enter to go to this resource, A practical take on the duty to uphold human rights in seafood workplaces
- Peer Reviewed Article
The role of fishery supervisors and community participation to ensure the sustainable fisheries in Indonesia’s EEZ zone
This article discusses the role of fishery supervisors and community participation to ensure the optimal and sustainable management of Indonesian fish resources. It also argues that law enforcement is crucial to support fishery development in accordance with the principle of fishery management.Press enter to go to this resource, The role of fishery supervisors and community participation to ensure the sustainable fisheries in Indonesia's EEZ zone
The Quantification of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in the Pacific Islands Region – a 2020 Update.
This report estimates that the total annual volume of tuna product harvested or transhipped involving IUU activity in Pacific tuna fisheries during 2017-19 is 192,186 tonnes, worth an ex-vessel value of $333.49 million, and discusses the importance of regional collaboration.Press enter to go to this resource, The Quantification of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in the Pacific Islands Region – a 2020 Update.
Global Aquaculture Academy – Social Accountability
Global Seafood Alliance offers e-learning courses on social accountability in the aquaculture industry. The courses include community relations, fundamental labor rights, and worker safety and health.Press enter to go to this resource, Global Aquaculture Academy - Social Accountability
- White Paper
Worker Voice on Fishing Vessels
This white paper aims to identify definitions and terms relating to fisher Worker Voice and Grievance Mechanism to note the most used and well-known terms, recognizing the differences around the world. It also records mechanisms and initiatives relating to fishing vessel crew Worker Voice and Grievance Mechanism, whether in operation or not.Press enter to go to this resource, Worker Voice on Fishing Vessels
A series of illustrative narratives daylighting fisheries-related disputes around the world that identify drivers, actors, mitigation strategies and likeliness of increased intensity or frequency. Authored by members of the Fisheries Conflict Research Consortium, a research collective directed by Secure Fisheries.Press enter to go to this resource, Fisheries Conflict
- Case Study
A Trade-Based Analysis of the Economic Impact of Non-Compliance with IUU Fishing: The Case of Vietnam
This case study assesses the economic impact of the IUU yellow card, and a possible red card, on Vietnam’s fisheries sector in the short term and medium term. The report also reviews the new challenges faced by the seafood sector as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Also available in Vietnamese: https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/738371628512941190/a-trade-based-analysis-of-the-economic-impact-of-non-compliance-with-illegal-unreported-and-unregulated-fishing-the-case-of-vietnamPress enter to go to this resource, A Trade-Based Analysis of the Economic Impact of Non-Compliance with IUU Fishing: The Case of Vietnam
Gender, Marginalized People and Marine Spatial Planning
Marine spatial planning (MSP) is a public process that should be participatory, transparent, adaptive, inclusive, and balance social, economic, and environmental needs. An MSP process that includes women and marginalized groups is important because it can help create jobs and economic opportunities in new and existing coastal and maritime sectors, and enable governments to meet…Press enter to go to this resource, Gender, Marginalized People and Marine Spatial Planning