New manager to oversee IPNLF’s on the ground activities in St Helena
14th January 2021
On November 30th, 2020, fishers of Gemanafushi Island in the Maldives were grinning ear to ear after recovering four massive fishing nets from the Indian Ocean while managing to safely release an entangled turtle.
17th December 2020
Despite the unusual circumstances imposed by COVID this year, progress on rebuilding the overfished Indian Ocean yellowfin tuna stock cannot be delayed any longer.
14th December 2020
We are currently looking to grow the Charity’s board by bringing two new Trustees on board. It is important for us that IPNLF's board reflects the communities we work with and that it is diversified in terms of gender, culture and geographic representation.
7th December 2020
The council’s establishment marks the beginning of a new era of representation for one-by-one fisheries which catch tuna with pole-and-line and handline fishing methods in these regions.
1st December 2020
Rahim Hoosen will succeed John Burton as chair of the board after he successfully steered the global charity for the past 7 years to be an influential force in tuna fisheries
12th November 2020
IPNLF Managing Director Martin Purves shares his experience and knowledge on ‘The Role of a Fisheries Observer’ in the new report by Human Rights at Sea.
14th August 2020
IPNLF launches their Strategic Plan 2020-2025 announcing their vision, mission, and IPNLF's Five Strategic Pillars to cover the key areas of their work to globally represent responsible small-scale one-by-one fisheries.
30th July 2020
One-by-one tuna fisheries elicit a number of important socio-economic benefits that contribute to thriving coastal communities in Indonesia. An update by Zacari Edwards for the Blue Communities newsletter
13th July 2020
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