Resources

A collection of research outputs, academic publications and reference works authored or co-written by members of the PescaDOLUS network discussing and analysing the nature and effects of fisheries crime; the law enforcement implications of addressing it and potential criminal law and procedural tools to facilitate enhanced co-operative efforts to address it.

JOLGA

Law enforcement responses facilitated by a fisheries crime approach

The South African example

P Snijman & Emma Witbooi
Journal of Ocean Law and Governance in Africa (2017) forthcoming

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REC

Rapid Response Assessment: The Rise of Environmental Crime

A Growing Threat to Natural Resources, Peace, Development and Security

Eve De Coning
Fisheries crime chapter in UNEP and INTERPOL (2016) (UNEP: Nairobi), pp 57-58

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HTEC

Fisheries Crime

Eve De Coning
In Elliott, L and W. H. Schaedla (eds.) (2016) Handbook of Transnational Environmental Crime (Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenhan UK), pp. 146-167

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Organised crime in the fisheries sector starts to get the attention it deserves

Emma Witbooi
2016

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New-Fisheries-Crime-Paradigm

Towards a new “fisheries crime” paradigm

South Africa as an illustrative African example

Eve de Coning & Emma Witbooi
2015: Marine Policy (online)

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IJMCL-25

Restitution to South Africa for Illegal Fishing in South African Waters; United States v Bengis (2013)

A Victory for Wildlife Law and Lessons for International Fisheries Crime

Jan Glazewski
2014(1): International Journal on Marine and Coastal Law – pp 174-184 on fisheries crime and the Bengis case

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ECTC

Transboundary international fisheries crime and restitution for South Africa

The case of United States v. Bengis

Jan Glazewski
2013: Chapter in Environmental Crime and the World – Toine Spapens, Rob White, Wim Huisman (eds). In press.

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Caught at Sea

Forced Labour and Trafficking in Fisheries

Eve de Coning
2013: ILO, Geneva

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IJMCL-25

CCPCJ Resolution 20/5 on combating transnational organized crime at sea

What is the Role of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime?

Eve de Coning & Gunnar Stølsvik
28(1) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law (2013)

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TOC-Fishing-Industry

Transnational Organized Crime in the Fishing Industry

Focus on: Trafficking in Persons, Smuggling of Migrants and Illicit Drugs Trafficking

UNODC / Eve de Coning
2011

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References

Reports, articles and papers contributing to the literature on fisheries crime are also cited here for reference purposes.

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Exploitation Permitted

How Ireland's Atypical Permit Scheme Drives the Exploitation of Migrant Workers

Josh Stride
ITF (2017)

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Study on the employment of non-local labour in the fisheries sector

Final Report

MRAG Ltd, Coffey & AND International
June – 2016

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