Click here for information in English Acerca del taller Existen numerosas iniciativas en curso sobre trazabilidad de los productos pesqueros en la región de América Latina y el Caribe. Para este taller, SALT pretende reunir implementadores para compartir sus logros y desafíos, así como identificar oportunidades y necesidades regionales para la trazabilidad y los esfuerzos…
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Para ver esta página en español, haga clic aquí. About this workshop There are a myriad of ongoing seafood traceability initiatives in the Latin America and Caribbean region. Through this workshop, SALT aims to bring implementers together to share their successes and challenges and to identify regional opportunities and needs for traceability and counter-IUU fishing…
Japan announced its #IUU regulation back in December, committing to eliminating illegal products from its market. J… https://t.co/Ko8O8HRfb0
SALT believes in the power of #Collaboration and #KnowledgeSharing. To better serve our community, we are updating… https://t.co/X5fjDceJ7y
This report explores COVID disruptions in the seafood sector in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, strategies used to address these impacts, and the opportunities ahead for seafood traceability. It also addresses the risk these disruptions and strategies may pose to sustainable and legal seafood.
The Migrant Workers Rights Network (MWRN) is a membership-based organization for migrant workers from Myanmar residing and working mainly in Thailand. MWRN was founded on March 29th 2009 by a group of 9 Myanmar migrant leaders who strongly believed that empowerment of migrants is the best way for migrants to protect themselves in their vulnerable