The European Commission and the government of Cabo Verde are hosting a high-level event in Cabo Verde that is titled “Our Atlantic Ocean for Growth and Well-Being”. The event is taking place today and tomorrow, November 22, in the Ocean Science Centre in Mindelo on the island of São Vicente, Cabo Verde. A highlight of […]
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Rosa Chapela Pérez, coordinator at CETMAR, talks about the importance of the FarFish project for stakeholders in Spain and in Europe. In her interview she discusses, among other things, how FarFish is “……creating a platform where every agent in the fisheries sector from catching to marketing may find a common place to participate, debate and […]
During the Case Study meeting in the FarFish project, held in Vigo, Spain last June, real good talks took place between different stakeholders. One of the presentation held was a breakthrough in the dialogue that must take place between China and Europe on the distant water fishing, or fishing in the high-seas, in order to […]
On August 29, 2018, UNU-FTP recieved a visit from the Mauritanian Ambassador, the honourable Abdallahi Bah Nagi Kebd. During the meeting, we discussed our ongoing work in Mauritania in connection with the FarFish project, funded through the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, as well as future potential for collaboration on issues related to capacity building for […]
Last month, the EU announced the signing of a landmark partnership with China. “Two of the world’s largest ocean economies will work together to improve the international governance of the oceans in all its aspects, including by combating illegal fishing and promoting a sustainable blue economy”, says in an announcement on the EU Commission’s web […]
Last November, I had the great privilege to visit Mauritania for the first time. I was there to conduct a training needs assessment in connection with the FarFish project. Our plan included a week of meetings with scientists and administrators at IMROP (Institut Mauritanien De Recherches Océanographiques Et De Pêches), who are partners in the […]
The Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) and the United Nations Fisheries Training Programme (UNU-FTP) are teaming up for Value Chain Workshop in Trinidad and Tobago at the end of this month. UNU-FTP is a partner in the FarFish project and all of this good work will benefit the project! For more information, please read more at […]
The first annual meeting in the H2020 FarFish project will take place in Portsmout 30-31 May. According to the coordinator of the project, Jónas R. Viðarsson of Matís, close to attendees are expected for the meeting. Stakeholders from the project will be attending as well as high level officials from the EU. FarFish 1st Annual […]
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 727891.
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