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Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
Global networks Henrik Österblom
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Global networks Henrik Österblom

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  • 1. IUU,  RFMOs  and  IMCS   Illegal  fishing,  regional  fisheries  organiza8ons  and  the  emergence  of   global  networks  
  • 2. h@p://ec.europa.eu/fisheries/cfp/interna8onal/rfmo/index_en.htm  
  • 3. The  beginning…  •  CCAMLR  and  IUU…  •  Hey,  I  know  you  from  CCAMLR…  •  USA,  Australia,  Chile,  Peru,  Canada,  Norway    •  A  new  fisheries  Interpol?  •  Discussion  in  FAO  COFI..  
  • 4. IMCS  network  history  •  Scoping  mee8ng  in  San8ago,  Chile  1999   –  Responsible  fishing  declara8on  draTed  •  Founding  mee8ng  Key  Largo,  USA,  2000   –  Establishment  of  Terms  of  Reference   –  Establishment  of  Website  •  Secretariat  established  2008  
  • 5. Global  framework  for  ac8on    •  UN  conven8on  on  the  Law  of  the  Seas   (UNCLOS)  1984  •  UN  Fish  stock  agreement  (2001)  •  Interna8onal  plan  of  ac8on  to  combat  IUU   (IPOA-­‐IUU),  2001  •  IMCS  network  (2002)  •  High  Seas  task  force  (2003-­‐2006)  •  Port  state  measures  (2010)  
  • 6. MembershipCameroon Cape Verde Ghana Kenya Malawi Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Nicaragua Panama Chile Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa Tanzania Mozambique Senegal Oman Seychelles India Indonesia Philippines Thailand Yemen Vietnam France Iceland Mexico Peru United States Poland Scotland Spain United Kingdom Ireland Norway Australia Cook IslandsFSM Fiji Kiribati New Zealand Papua New Guinea Tonga Bahamas Canada Grenada Netherlands Antilles
  • 7. Global  Fisheries  Enforcement  Training   Workshops  
  • 8. Ongoing  projects  within  IMCS  •  Capacity  building   –  Cetnral  America   –  West  Africa   –  Coral  Triangle  
  • 9. Similari8es  and  differences  •  Global  networks  improve  capacity  to   coordinate  through  mobiliza8on  of  diverse   capaci8es  •  Emerge  in  specific  contexts  •  Different  degree  of  “social  organiza8on”,    •  Different  challenges  (legi8macy,  funding,   technology)  •  ..but  it  is  clear  that  global  networks  are   emerging  to  address  global  challenges..  
  • 10. h@p://www.na8on.co.ke/News/The+silent+massacre+of+sharks+/-­‐/1056/1362892/-­‐/item/0/-­‐/thewos/-­‐/index.html  

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