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Indonesian Navy captures Interpol’s most-wanted fishing vessel

The Indonesian Navy reportedly has detained one of Interpol’s most-wanted fishing vessels, STS-50, in the southeastern part of Weh Island waters in Aceh on Friday. Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti said on Saturday the arrest was made after Interpol’s National Central Bureau (NCB) notified the...

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FishCRIME 2018

PescaDOLUS is proud to be associated for the fourth year in a row with the hosting of the annual International Fisheries Crime Symposium. FishCRIME 2018 will take place on 15-16 October 2018 at the UN City in Copenhagen, Denmark. The focus of FishCRIME 2018 will...

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FishCRIME 2018 planning meeting, UNCity, Denmark

The FishCRIME 2018 planning committee recently held its first official on-site meeting on 6 March at the UNCity, Copenhagen, Denmark, the venue of the upcoming FishCRIME 2018 Symposium. The planning meeting was attended by representatives of the co-organisers of the 2018 symposium including the Norwegian...

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PescaDOLUS attends FishFORCE Academy launch NMU, Port Elizabeth

PescaDOLUS directors Emma Witbooi and Moenieba Isaacs recently attended the launch of the FishFORCE Academy at the Ocean Sciences Campus, Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth. The launch took place as part of a two-day conference 'Protecting Marine Resources: A Tangled Web' hosted by the FishFORCE...

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FishCRIME 2017 Symposium: 25-26 September 2017, Vienna

For the third year in a row PescaDOLUS co-organised the international Fisheries Crime Symposium. This year the Symposium was held at UNODC's offices at the Vienna International Centre, Vienna, Austria and was co-hosted in conjunction with the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, UNODC,...

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PescaDOLUS Fisheries Crime Video

What is Fisheries Crime? How does it affect us? And what measures can be taken to address it? An educational video produced by PescaDOLUS https://youtu.be/lUfTZlPN3rg...

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PescaDOLUS Fisheries Crime Research Workshop: 27 September, Vienna

The first dedicated Fisheries Crime Research Workshop will be hosted by PescaDOLUS on 27 September in Vienna following FishCRIME 2017. Co-hosted by UNODC and funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, the workshop brings together experts and researchers from multiple disciplines to share and integrate...

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‘Nordic countries united against fisheries crime: joint statement against transnational organised crime in the global fishing industry

Eight fisheries ministers, from the Nordic countries of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Åland, have issued a joint statement against transnational organized crime in the global fishing industry. The statement was issued through the Nordic Council of Ministers. Norway currently holds...

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