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Port State Measures Agreement – National Contact Points
This map allows users to find the National Contact Points and Designiated Ports across the globe, per the Port State Measures Agreement.Press enter to go to this resource, Port State Measures Agreement - National Contact Points
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Paris MoU on Port State Control Banned Vessels List
This list contains all ships that are currently banned from the Paris MoU region.Press enter to go to this resource, Paris MoU on Port State Control Banned Vessels List
Current Registries Listed as Flags of Convenience
This list outlines the countries that have been declared Flags of Convenience (or FOCs) by the ITF's Fair Practices Committee (a joint committee of ITF seafarers' and dockers' unions).Press enter to go to this resource, Current Registries Listed as Flags of Convenience
U.S. Identification of IUU Fishing Activities
The Moratorium Protection Act requires NOAA Fisheries to produce a biennial report to Congress that lists nations the United States has identified for illegal, unreported, and unregulated, or IUU, fishing and/or bycatch of protected species and shark catches on the high seas for nations that do not have regulatory measures comparable to the United States.Press enter to go to this resource, U.S. Identification of IUU Fishing Activities
Global Implications of Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing
IUU fishing poses a threat to fishing activies and livelihoods, can jeopardize food security, benefits transnational crime, distorts markets, contributes to human trafficking, and undermines efforts to implement sustainable fisheries policies. This report addresses the current state of IUU fishing across the globe, and current efforts to counter IUU fishing.Press enter to go to this resource, Global Implications of Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing
Bumble Bee Seafoods Product Traceability Process and Consumer Facing Website
This presentation traces Bumble Bee's traceability journal, and how they came to create a consumer-facing website after recognizing the increasing consumer demand for transparency and product information. This presentation walks you through the components of the consumer-facing website.Press enter to go to this resource, Bumble Bee Seafoods Product Traceability Process and Consumer Facing Website
Out of the Shadows: Illegal Fishing and Slavery on Our Oceans
This video documents how unsustainable and illegal fishing frequently goes hand in hand with human rights abuses such as trafficking and slavery.Press enter to go to this resource, Out of the Shadows: Illegal Fishing and Slavery on Our Oceans
Stolen at Sea: the Chinese Trawlers Driving the Collapse of Ghana’s Fisheries
This video covers ‘Saiko’, a severely destructive form of illegal fishing. Foreign trawlers target the staple catch of Ghanaian canoe fishers and sell this stolen fish back to local communities.Press enter to go to this resource, Stolen at Sea: the Chinese Trawlers Driving the Collapse of Ghana's Fisheries
Improving Transparency in Fisheries
Without increased transparency in seafood supply chains, fishing practices may continue that harm both the environment (via fishing practices that cause excessive environmental degradation) and workers (through practices that lead to violations of human rights).Press enter to go to this resource, Improving Transparency in Fisheries