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The Stakeholders Consultation on Regional Cooperation in Sustainable Fisheries Development Towards the ASEAN Economic Community

The Stakeholders Consultation on Regional Cooperation in Sustainable Fisheries Development Towards the ASEAN Economic Community, 1-2 March 2016, Lotus Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

Please find document list below; (click to download)

Information Updated
INF01 Information Note for Participants 24 Feb. 16
INF02 List of Documents  24 Feb. 16 
INF03 Provisional Prospectus 24 Feb. 16
INF04 List of Participants 9 Mar. 16
     
Working Papers  
WP01-a Provisional Agenda 24 Feb. 16
WP01-b Provisional Agenda Annotated and Timetable 24 Feb. 16
WP02 Preventing Entry of IUU Fishing Products to Supply Chain 24 Feb. 16
WP03 ASEAN Catch Documentation Scheme (ACDS) 24 Feb. 16 
WP04 Fishing vessel registration, licensing, and regional fishing vessels record (including RFVR) 29 Feb. 16
WP05 Regional Plan of Action for Managing Fishing Capacity 24 Feb. 16
WP06 Regional Cooperation for Supporting the Implementation of Port State Measures in ASEAN Region 24 Feb. 16
WP07 Bilateral and tri-lateral cooperation for combating IUU fishing  24 Feb. 16
WP08 Labor issues, migratory workforce, working conditions and safety at sea  29 Feb. 16
WP09 Traceability of fish and fishery products: Aquaculture 24 Feb. 16
WP10 Traceability of fish and fishery products: Capture 24 Feb. 16
     
Reference Papers  
REF01 Resolution and Plan of Action on Sustainable Fisheries for Food Security for the ASEAN Region Towards 2020 24 Feb. 16
REF02 Suggested guide to address a number of issues during the Consultation: Governments 24 Feb. 16
REF03 Suggested guide to address a number of issues during the Consultation:Private Sector 24 Feb. 16

Presentation files

 Presentation files         Updated
 9 Mar. 16
 9 Mar. 16
  • Current situation on IUU fishing and issues faced by ASEAN Member States (AMSs) in trade of fish and fishery products in ASEAN Member States

          – Brunei Darussalam

          – Cambodia

          – Indonesia

          – Malaysia

          – Philippines:

                    – Government

                    – Private sector

          – Singapore

          – Viet Nam

9 Mar. 16 
  • Regional cooperation for combating IUU fishing:
 

          (1) Preventing entry of IUU fishing products to supply chain

 9 Mar. 16

          (2) Catch documentation scheme (including ACDS)

 9 Mar. 16

          (3) Fishing vessel registration, licensing, and regional fishing vessels record (including RFVR)

9 Mar. 16 

          (4) Management of fishing capacity (including RPOA-Capacity)

9 Mar. 16 

          (5) Port State Measures (PSM)

 9 Mar. 16

          (6) Bilateral and tri-lateral cooperation for combating IUU fishing

 9 Mar. 16
  • Enhancing the competitiveness of ASEAN fish and fishery products
 

          (1) Labor issues, migratory workforce, working conditions and safety at sea

 9 Mar. 16

          (2) Traceability of fish and fishery products

 9 Mar. 16

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