Dalhousie research student Peter Wessels reports back from the field about his initial findings on the roles of women in Maldivian tuna fisheries
25th August 2016
IPNLF reached out to Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), one of the world’s leading charities working to conserve and protect marine mammals, to discuss the issue of bycatch in tuna fisheries.
5th July 2016
INFOFISH TUNA 2016 conference stresses the importance of social sustainability on the seafood agenda – an event summary by Juliette Tunstall, IPNLF Comms Coordinator
4th July 2016
IPNLF Chairman John Burton reports back from the latest Bali Tuna Conference (BTC) and International Coastal Tuna Business Forum (ICTBF), explaining why such events underpin all the good work currently being done in Indonesia's one-by-one tuna fisheries
13th June 2016
Team-IPNLF joined thousands of stakeholders for the largest gathering of the international seafood industry in Brussels to champion one-by-one tuna to a global audience
31st May 2016
Dr Alice Miller (IPNLF Director, Social Research & Programmes) gains an insight into the lives of one-by-one fishers in the Maldives.
22nd April 2016
Dr Alice Miller, our Social Research and Programme Director, reports back from SeaWeb’s Seafood Summit, held in Malta 1-3 February 2016.
22nd February 2016
Discover more about our partner Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI), and the importance of collaboration in developing small-scale sustainable fisheries.
7th January 2016
Find out about the outcomes of the recent WCPFC meetings from Adam Baske, IPNLF’s Special Advisor for Policy and Advocacy.
21st December 2015
From April to the end of August 2015, Daphne de Groot travelled from her home in Wageningen, Netherlands, to Jakarta, Indonesia, to work as an intern for IPNLF, setting up a baitfish monitoring programme for the Indonesian one-by-one tuna fisheries. Read Daphne’s blog to learn about her experience and the innovative baitfish monitoring scheme.
30th November 2015