As the United Kingdom careens wildly towards Brexit on October 31, 2019, there is much speculation about what this means for European Union and UK fisheries.
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https://securefisheries.org/sites/default/files/CRH-strengthening-maritime-resources.pdfAs Indian Ocean fish stocks have declined in recent years, there has been increased action to combat illegal fishing to ensure continued food and economic security in the region. However, there is a growing concern that most Indian Ocean states still lack the basic resources and capabilities needed to monitor their maritime domain and regulate maritime activities to prevent illegal fishing and ensure food security.
OEF's Secure Fisheries program hosted the 2019 Somalia Fisheries Forum in Garowe, Somalia.
The One Earth Future Secure Fisheries programme attributed this to the low number of vessels with the capacity to patrol exclusive economic zones.
Secure Fisheries’ Sarah Glaser was interviewed and quoted by the Economist Intelligence Unit in a report on the importance of considering gender in fisheries development: “When big industry comes in, often women take the hit, as women who work in small-scale fisheries sub-sectors such as processing and marketing are displaced by men or foreign workers bro
Can aquaculture help women in Lake Victoria? A new brief by Secure Fisheries explores.
Secure Fisheries, a program of One Earth Future, hosted the second annual Fisheries Conflict Symposium.
Secure Fisheries, a program of OEF, released a new report of original research on fisheries conflict, examining causes and consequences of conflict in Tanzania.
While Somalia has seen decline in piracy over recent years, illegal fishing has increased. And it’s not a minor problem.
Dr. Sarah Glaser of Secure Fisheries represented OEF at the 2018 Our Ocean Conference in Bali.