fisheries

Government sincerity on migrant rights faces fishing pact test

It has been one year since Thailand's last debacle on migrant worker policy. Yet, Thailand finds itself once again at the crossroads where domestic constituents are debating whether to advance the protection of migrant workers in the fishery secto

IB2016/33 The Political Economy of the Western and Central Pacific Tuna Commission: Why Decision-Making Is Slow and Hard

The management of the Pacific tuna fishery is politically charged with diverse commercial, conservation, and sovereign interests.

DP2016/8 State of the Pacific — Slippery Slopes and Rough Rides in Regional Cooperative Endeavours in the Islands

This discussion paper results from a speech prepared for the keynote address at the 2016 State of the Pacific Conference, held at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia, 13

The Blue Economy: Plenty of Potential

Pacific islanders depend on coastal and offshore fisheries for food, jobs and revenue. For example, offshore tuna fishing licenses and access fees can

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