Published: 17 Aug 2018
Joint Civil Society Statement concerning Ratification of the Work in Fishing Convention, 2007 (No. 188): This statement was issued by 30 NGOs urging the Thai government to stand strong in eliminating human rights abuses in its fisheries.
Published: 01 Aug 2018
Aus dem Schatten ans Licht: Mehr Transparenz in der weltweiten Fischerei, um die illegale, nicht gemeldete und unregulierte Fischerei zu unterbinden: Dieser Bericht stellt die „Zehn Grundsätze für globale Transparenz im Fischereisektor“ vor. Diese einfachen und kosteneffektiven Maßnahmen – zu denen die Veröffentlichung von Fischereigenehmigungen und die Vergabe eindeutiger Schiffsnummern gehören – sind von jedem Land leicht umzusetzen und können eine zentrale Rolle im Kampf gegen illegale Fischerei und Menschenrechtsverletzungen in der Fischereiindustrie spielen.
Published: 16 Jul 2018
Roundtable to discuss the international guidelines on the responsible governance of tenure and the relevance for Ghana’s fisheries sector: This report summarises the discussions in Ghana led by the Environmental Justice Foundation, Hen Mpoano and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation on the implementation of new international guidelines on tenure rights to protect the country's fisheries sector.
Published: 10 Jul 2018
On the frontlines. Climate change in Bangladesh: This report looks at the impacts of climate change on Bangladesh, and how it is forcing millions of people to flee their homes.
Published: 02 Jul 2018
Joint communique from the Ghana National Canoe Fishermen Council and National Fish Processors and Traders Association: In this communiqué Ghana’s small-scale fishers, fish traders and processors make their priorities clear as the country’s fisheries laws are reformed. EJF supports the recommendations as essential steps to rescue Ghana’s struggling fisheries.
Published: 04 Jun 2018
The problem with 'saiko', an ecological and human catastrophe: This briefing looks at the problem of 'saiko', an illegal and destructive form of industrial fishing which is threatening Ghana's fisheries
Published: 12 May 2018
Illegal fishing and human rights abuses in the Taiwanese fishing fleet: This briefing details the EJF investigation which uncovered shockingly cruel and illegal practices on Taiwan-linked fishing vessels, including harpooning dolphins, finning and discarding tens of thousands of sharks, and catching vulnerable species of sea turtles and hammerheads. Nor were the vessels free of the human rights abuses previous EJF investigations have revealed in the fleet.
Published: 09 Apr 2018
Principles of good governance for securing equitable and sustainable fisheries : This briefing provides an overview of global guidelines on tenure rights and how they can address key challenges facing Ghana’s fisheries sector, for the benefit of a more equitable and sustainable fishing industry.