The clam fishery of the lower Volta River: A case study of fisheries co-management22nd December, 2020
The clam fishery of the lower Volta River: A case study of fisheries co-management
Clams are a vital source of protein and employment on the lower Volta in Ghana. Fisheries co-management helps manage this resource sustainably.
10 Years of The EU IUU Regulation
The EU’s IUU Regulation is designed to stop illegal seafood from being imported into Europe. It has delivered real success.
Importing Abuse: Violence, Slavery and Illegal Fishing in the Japanese Seafood Supply Chain30th November, 2020
Importing Abuse: Violence, Slavery and Illegal Fishing in the Japanese Seafood Supply Chain
This film reveals the violence, slavery and illegal fishing in the Japanese seafood supply chain.
Fisheries on the brink
How heavily subsidised industrial fishing is threatening the survival of small-scale fishing communities.
Fear, hunger and violence: Ghanaian crews report violent abuse and illegal fishing on foreign-owned trawlers26th October, 2020
Fear, hunger and violence: Ghanaian crews report violent abuse and illegal fishing on foreign-owned trawlers
Ghanaian crew report shocking human rights abuses aboard Chinese-owned trawl vessels, from beatings to a lack of drinkable water.
Off the hook: how flags of convenience let illegal fishing go unpunished
Flags of convenience cause untold damage to fisheries and the fight against illegal fishing, how can we end this harmful practice?
Out of Reach: Taiwan’s failure to prevent illegal fishing and violent abuse in its distant water fleet23rd July, 2020
Out of Reach: Taiwan’s failure to prevent illegal fishing and violent abuse in its distant water fleet
Violent abuse of migrant workers and flagrant illegal fishing are systemic problems across Taiwan’s distant water fishing fleet, a survey conducted by EJF of crew from 62 vessels has found.
Business as usual: Illegal saiko fishing continues unchecked
The illegal saiko trade continues unabated at Elmina, with an average of 11 landings a week since November 2019. Monitoring and footage from the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) shows the trade continuing in plain sight.