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    Global Conference on Tenure and User Rights in Fisheries 2018: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, Yeosu, Republic of Korea, 10–14 September 2018 2019
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    Marine and inland fisheries provide millions of people around the globe with food security and livelihood opportunities. Advancing knowledge on how the world’s marine and inland capture fisheries are accessed, used, and managed using various types of rights-based approaches (RBAs) is a crucial step towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and attaining food and nutrition security and livelihood benefits. The Global Conference on Tenure and User Rights in Fisheries 2018 created a neutral platform for a wide variety of participants, including government officials; fishers from industrial, small-scale and indigenous/traditional communities; fisheries-related stakeholders; nongovernment organizations (NGOs); civil society organizations (CSOs); intergovernmental organizations (IGOs); and academics from around the world. Sharing perceptions and experiences, participants exchanged information and concrete examples through case studies on how tenure and RBAs can harmonize the concepts of responsible fisheries, social and economic development as well as ideas and concerns about the fair and equitable application of user rights in capture fisheries. UserRights 2018 was a unique event that brought together both technical expertise and practical case studies, with the objective of using this diverse knowledge to advance the SDGs.
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    Report of the first meeting of the regional fisheries data and statistics working group, Barbados, 14-16 May 2018 / Informe de la primera reunión del grupo de trabajo regional sobre los datos y estadísticas de pesca, Barbados 14-16 de Mayo de 2018. 2019
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    The first meeting of the Regional Fisheries Data and Statistics Working Group (FDS-WG) was convened in Barbados from 14-16 May 2018. The Regional FDS WG is a joint working group of the Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission (WECAFC), the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), and Organization for Fisheries and Aquaculture of Central America (OSPESCA). The 26 participating experts, representing 16 WECAFC members, were presented with and discussed key documents meant to build the foundation of this new working group. La primera reunión del Grupo de trabajo regional sobre datos y estadísticas de pesca (GTDEP) se celebró en Barbados, del 14 al 16 de mayo de 2018. El GTDEP regional es un grupo de trabajo conjunto de la Comisión de Pesca para el Atlántico Centro-Occidental (COPACO), el Mecanismo Regional de Pesca del Caribe (CRFM) y la Organización del Sector Pesquero y Acuícola del Istmo Centroamericano (OSPESCA). Se presentaron a los 26 expertos participantes, en representación de los 16 miembros de la COPACO, y se debatieron documentos importantes para sentar las bases de este nuevo grupo de trabajo.
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    Combatting and eliminating illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing in the Asia-Pacific region 2019
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    This brochure documents the challenges of combatting and eliminating IUU fishing in Asia-Pacific and then sets out the national, regional and international responses to those challenges. The effects of IUU fishing can be severe, particularly for coastal and small island developing states heavily dependent on fisheries. It has adverse impacts on national economies, on peoples’ livelihoods—especially of individual small-scale fishers in poor coastal communities in developing countries— on food security, and on the environment. It typically degrades the environment, inhibits stock rebuilding efforts and exacerbates the decline of many fisheries. The brochure presents FAO's work with countries, partners and regional fishery bodies in Asia-Pacific to ensure that fisheries can be made sustainable for present fishers and future generations, and that fisheries provide a safe and equitable environment in which to work. FAO encourages improved cooperation between countries, legal mechanisms for landing of fish across borders, agreements to report foreign vessels landing fish, joint controls of dual flagging, standardization of vessel markings, and harmonization of catch documentation. In concise summaries, the brochure explains the binding and non-binding instruments negotiated by member countries that can help eliminate IUU fishing and aim to protect the marine and inland waters resources of fisheries.

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