FishCRIME 2018

The fourth annual Fisheries Crime Symposium was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 15-16 October 2018

FishCRIME 2018 was successfully held 15-16 October 2018 at UN City, Copenhagen, Denmark. The Symposium was attended by over 250 participants from across the globe, generating robust discussion on cooperative action required to address transnational organised fisheries crime.

A Global Community Committed To Fight Fisheries Crime

Erna Solberg

Norwegian Prime Minister

Elizabeth Afoley Quaye

Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Ghana

Eva Kjer Hansen

Minister of Fisheries and Equal Opportunities and Minister of Nordic Cooperation, Denmark

Harald Nesvik

Minister of Fisheries, Norway

Sven-Erik Bucht

Minister of Rural Affairs, Sweden

Susi Pudjiastuti

Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia

Kristján Þór Júlíusson

Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, Iceland

Jari Leppä

Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Finland

Høgni Hoydal

Minister of Fisheries, Faroe Islands

Umiich Sengebau

Minister of Natural Resources, Environment and Tourism, Republic of Palau

Moses Garu

Minister of Police, National Security & Correctional Services, Solomon Islands

Tetabo Nakara

Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resource Development, Republic of Kiribati

Ameer Ali

Deputy Minister of Fisheries, Aquatic Resources Development and Rural Economy, Sri Lanka

Dagfinn Høybråten

Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers

Achim Steiner

Administrator of the UN Development Programme

Yury Fedotov

Executive Director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime

Jürgen Stock

Secretary General of INTERPOL


Large Ocean Nations Forum on Transnational Organised Fisheries Crime

Combating Fisheries Crime Toward Achieving SDG Goals 2 & 14

Jale Wea

Large Ocean Nations Forum on Transnational Organised Fisheries Crime

Sao Tome and Principe: Large Ocean Nations and Fisheries Crime

Pieter Van Welzen

Large Ocean Nations Forum on Transnational Organised Fisheries Crime

Jamaica: IUU Fishing a Gateway to Transnational Crimes

Judy-Ann Neil

Large Ocean Nations Forum on Transnational Organised Fisheries Crime

Challenges of Large Ocean Nations (LONs)

Roddy Allisop

Session 1: Policy

Fisheries Crime and the SDGs

Julia Kercher

Session 1: Policy

Combating IUU Fishing and Fisheries Crime

Mas Achmad Santosa

Session 2: Impact

Fisheries Crime

Natacha Amado Vaz

Session 3: Shadow Economy

Shadow Economy in the Fisheries Sector

Petter Nordeng

Session 4: Corruption

Addressing corruption in Fisheries

Marie Admomeit

Session 5: Economic Crime

Tax Havens and Global Environmental Degradation

Matilda Petersson

In Partnership

FishCRIME was hosted in cooperation with: