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A total of 14 one-by-one tuna fisheries have been identified to be the focus of on-the-ground improvement activities as part of the Indonesian Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
14th March 2018
Learn from CSIRO Fisheries Scientist Craig Proctor and IPNLF’s Communications Manager, Juliette Tunstall, why knowledge sharing among fisheries is key to meeting international standards for safety, sustainability and quality
6th March 2018
200 participants expected at the special two-day programme, hosted in Bali by Indonesia’s Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF), with support from IPNLF and AP2HI
22nd February 2018
A special two-day programme, 31st May to 1st June 2018, hosted in Bali, Indonesia, will demonstrate how the country’s tuna sector and international supply chains are benefiting from heightened levels of government-industry synergy
13th December 2017
IPNLF and AP2HI announce a new two-year partnership with the Walton Family Foundation to accelerate reform in Indonesia’s coastal tuna fisheries through improvements in the one-by-one sector
9th November 2017
A new UK-marine science partnership to support sustainable tuna fisheries in Indonesia has been awarded funding by the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) Global Fisheries Sustainability Fund (GFSF).
28th September 2017
IPNLF appoint Jeremy Crawford as Southeast Asia Director and Nur Suri Hapsari as Indonesia Project Manager with immediate effect
25th August 2017
After a week of negotiations, decision makers wrapped up the proceedings of the 21st Annual Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission.
26th May 2017
IPNLF’s Managing Director Martin Purves explores why robust traceability is essential for small-scale fisheries and the emerging initiatives improving supply chain transparency
24th May 2017
IPNLF and its Member network call for IOTC to build upon recent successes and further enhance the management of stocks and reduce bycatch in Indian Ocean’s tuna fisheries.
18th May 2017
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