Webinar: Improving Regional Fisheries Governance and Sustainability through Transparency — focus on Western Indian Ocean tuna fisheries

By Stop Illegal Fishing:2nd Nov, 2020:

20 November 2020

11:00 – 13:30 CAT

SADC Webinar 20 November 2020

 

This webinar organised by the Southern African Development Community to commemorate World Fisheries Day will look at critical issues facing the WIO tuna fisheries. Experts will discuss regional and global perspectives through the following presentations:

 

The overlooked issue of unregulated fishing in the Indian Ocean: a threat for the entire fish food web? – Antonia Leroy (WWF-EU)

 

Compliance with IOTC conservation and management measures in the SWIO region – Umair Shaid (WWF-Mozambique)

 

Moving Tuna: transhipment in the Western Indian OceanSandy Davies (Stop Illegal Fishing)

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