Seminar on fisheries crime and the accession of Brazil to the Copenhagen Declaration
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Ministry of Fisheries and Seafood, will host a digital Spring 2021 ‘accession ceremony’ in honour of new States indicating support of the international Ministerial Declaration on Transnational Organized Crime in the Global Fishing Industry (Copenhagen Declaration). Specifically, the ceremony will celebrate the most recent supporting […]
Webinar 3: Tackling Fisheries Crime: UNODC Field Stories
The webinar will focus on the UNODC approach to fisheries crime and examples of technical assistance to support Member States to tackle fisheries crime.
Protecting and Incentivizing Whistleblowers to Combat Fisheries Crimes
Webinar 2: Challenges and opportunities associated with addressing economic crime in the fisheries sector with reference to the NA-FIG model
NA-FIG as a tool for a more holistic approach to address fisheries crime, with reference to the Canadian example, and Covid-19 impact on the fisheries sector in the North Atlantic. The presentation will be divided into different steps: Present NA-FIG as a tool for a more Holistic Approach to address Fisheries Crime (Sølvi Åmo Albrigtsen) […]
Webinar 1: What are key governance and associated gender challenges to tackling organized crime in the fisheries sector?
UNDP’s Blue Resilience project will share key research findings on how governance and gender issues can act as bottlenecks to tackling fisheries crime. A particular focus will be on institutional cooperation, different cooperation models that the research has identified and their success factors.