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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.
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    Report of the Technical Consultation on Marking of Fishing Gear, Rome, Italy, 5 - 9 February 2018
    FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report
    2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    تقرير المشاورة التقنية بشأن تمييز معدات الصيد 2018
    The Technical Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear was held at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 9 February 2018. The Technical Consultation worked towards concluding the development of Draft Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation used a preliminary draft text that had been developed at the Expert Consultation on the Marking of Fishing Gear held by FAO on 4-7 April 2016 as further edited by the FAO Secretariat. The Technical Consultation reviewed and finalized the scope of the guidelines, agreeing that supporting technical documents could be developed by the Secretariat via a separate process. The Technical Consultation considered how the guidelines should be implemented, controlled and monitored and identified the importance of gear marking in combating abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) as well as the role that gear marking could play in reducing or eliminating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. The Guidelines agreed by the Technical Consultation also addressed commercial traceability of fishing gear marking, reporting and recovery of ALDFG and provided for special considerations when marking and reporting of fish aggregating devices (FADs). Special consideration was also given to developing States and small scale fisheries when implementing the guidelines in these contexts. The Technical Consultation highlighted a number of key areas for research and development on gear marking and related issues, and also provided guidance on communication and capacity development. The Technical Consultation considered the results and recommendations of two gear-marking pilot projects supported by FAO and recommended that further projects should be conducted to support the implementation of the guidelines. The Technical Consultation recommended that the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) consider the endorsement of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Marking of Fishing Gear. The Technical Consultation further recommended that COFI considers the development of a comprehensive global strategy to address ALDFG which could include the establishment of a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of information on the global implementation of these guidelines as well as data collected by national ALDFG reporting systems, and recommending to States the development and implementation of national action plans to address ALDFG.
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    Rapport de la Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche, Rome, 5-9 février 2018 2018
    La Consultation technique sur le marquage des engins de pêche s'est tenue au siège de la FAO à Rome (Italie) du 5 au 9 février 2018. La Consultation technique était chargée de finaliser le projet de Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a utilisé un avant-projet de texte élaboré lors de la Consultation d'experts sur le marquage des engins de pêche organisée par la FAO les 4 et 7 avril 2016, modifié par la suite par le Secrétariat de la FAO. La Consultation technique a examiné et finalisé le champ d’application des Directives, en convenant que les documents techniques d'appui pourraient être élaborés par le Secrétariat selon un processus distinct. La Consultation technique a examiné comment les directives devraient être appliquées, contrôlées et suivies et a identifié l'importance du marquage des engins dans la lutte contre les engins de pêche abandonnés, perdus ou rejetés (ALDFG) ainsi que le rôle que le marquage des engins pourrait jouer dans la réduction et l’élimination de la pêche illicite, non déclarée et non réglementée (INN). Les Directives approuvées par la Consultation technique traitent également de la question de la traçabilité commerciale du marquage des engins de pêche, de la notification et de la récupération des ALDFG et accordent une attention particulière au marquage et à la déclaration des dispositifs de concentration de poisson (DCP). Une attention particulière a également été accordée aux États en développement et à la pêche artisanale lors de la mise en œuvre des Directives dans ce cadre. La consultation technique a mis en évidence un certain nombre de domaines clés de recherche et de développement sur le marquage des engins et les questions connexes, et a également fourni des orientations sur la communication et le renforcement des capacités. La consultation technique a examiné les résultats et les recommandations de deux projets pilotes de marquage des engins soutenus par la FAO et recommandé que d'autres projets soient menés pour soutenir la mise en œuvre des Directives. La Consultation technique a recommandé que le Comité des pêches de la FAO (COFI) envisage d'approuver les Directives volontaires sur le marquage des engins de pêche. La Consultation technique a également recommandé que le COFI envisage l'élaboration d'une stratégie globale relative aux ALDFG qui pourrait inclure la mise en place d'un mécanisme facilitant l’échange d'informations sur la mise en œuvre globale de ces Directives ainsi que des données collectées par les systèmes nationaux de déclaration des ALDFG et recommande aux États l'élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plans d'action nationaux pour apporter des solutions au problème des ALDFG.

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