Entries by Ísey

UNESCO GRÓ-FTP’s Sustainable Development Goal 14 Video Series

FarFish partners at UNESCO GRÓ Fisheries Training Programme, who lead the project’s work on Capacity Development and Dissemination (WP7) have developed a series of videos unpacking the science and processes behind the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14 targets. This series of videos explores Sustainable Development Goal 14, which relates to life in water and […]

Report on potential return on EU long-distant fleet investments in selected West African and Indian Ocean case studies

The FarFish project has published a report that studies potential return on EU investments in selected West African and Indian Ocean case studies connected with the long-distant fleets operations in the areas. The report focuses on small pelagic fisheries in Mauritania and tuna fisheries in West Africa and Seychelles. The H2020 FarFish project aims to […]

Tutor Web: Education in a suitcase

This course will take place in 2021 Among the key objectives of the H2020 project FarFish is to build capacities in stock assessment and fisheries management. Among the training and capacity building tools developed in the project are e-learning courses that are made available on Tutor-web. The focus of these courses is on Methods and techniques […]

Data Limited Methods Training

This course will take place in 2021 The in-country short course is developed based upon the needs identified in the Training Needs Assessment, while building upon the work developed by other partners in the FarFish project. In this way, the in-country short course is both a tool for capacity building in the GRÓ-FTP’s partner countries, […]

GRÓ-FTP training

This is an ongoing course As part of the FarFish project, the UNESCO GRÓ-Fisheries Training Programme has committed to invite 5 expert researchers from FarFish case study countries for its 6 month post-graduate training programme in Iceland. This intensive, six month post-graduate training programme targets experienced fisheries professionals from developing countries. The programme offers specialisations […]

Marine Management and Innovation Course

This course is completed On March 9-13th 2020, UiT held a FarFish certificate course in Marine Management and Innovation at Campus Tromsø. 29 participants from 14 countries took part, and among the participants were students and researchers from UiT, as well as invited stakeholders and online participants. Throughout the week, participants were educated on topics […]

FarFish presented in the spring 2021 issue of EU Research

The spring 2021 issue of EU Research includes a two page article on the FarFish project which can be seen here: New tool for fisheries management The EU Research magazine is the World leading open access publication for scientific research and dissemination. Each issue covers a different thematic area, presenting cutting edge science in an […]

Report published on institutional-, social- and economic challenges in selected EU long distant fleet case studies and suggestions for improvements

The FarFish project has published a report where governance structures, as well as social and economic issues, connected with EU long-distant fisheries in selected case studies are analysed. The study focuses on identifying institutional challenges in the relevant fisheries, SWOT analysis of processing and markets for the products, and suggestions for improvements. The EU is […]

La conferencia online “Gestión de Pesquerías Sostenibles en el Atlántico SO: una aproximación científica” fue todo un éxito

El pasado día 4 de marzo, tuvo lugar la Conferencia Internacional “Gestión de Pesquerías Sostenibles en el Atlántico SO: una aproximación científica”, dentro del marco del proyecto FarFish. Con 141 asistentes, la conferencia online fue todo un éxito no sólo gracias al interés generado, sino a las magníficas discusiones de las que fuimos testigos en […]

Increased interest and fruitful discussions at the International Conference “Sustainable Fisheries in SW Atlantic: a scientific approach”

On 4th of March, 2021, the International Conference titled “Sustainable Fisheries in SW Atlantic: a scientific approach” took place within the framework of the FarFish project. With 141 attendees, the online conference was a success not only because of the interest that it raised, but because of the fruitful discussions that we were able to […]