The Covid-19 pandemic has heightened and highlighted a number of inequalities throughout the world and small-scale tuna fisheries have felt this more acutely than most. What's on then other side for these fishers? How can we build them back better, more sustainable and more equitable than before?
9th September 2021
This recent, collaborative initiative aims to improve and promote innovative solutions for Electronic Monitoring (EM) and Electronic Catch-Documentation and Traceability (eCDT) among Indonesian fisheries.
9th September 2021
IPNLF urges ICCAT to recognise the disproportionate burden faced by small-scale, low-impact fisheries when considering potential catch limits in upcoming discussions about the allocation of bigeye tuna fishing opportunities.
31st August 2021
IPNLF member, World Wise Foods generously donated one-by-one tuna fishing equipment to fishers on the Kenyan island of Lamu.
23rd August 2021
The content was researched and created by International Pole and Line Foundation (IPNLF) and adapted to RISE with their collaboration
12th August 2021
This year, small-scale tuna fishers in the Azores are taking part in the world’s first competition to remove abandoned floating fishing gear at-sea.
10th August 2021
International Pole and Line Foundation (IPNLF) providing vessel trackers to support St Helena’s fishing industry by demonstrating high standards of traceability.
7th August 2021
This new legislation will ban the use of destructive tuna fishing gears throughout St Helena's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), making it one of the world's first exclusively one-by-one tuna fishing zones.
1st August 2021
Our session explored how the status quo of the industrial tuna sector can and should be disrupted and replaced by equitable, Sustainable-Development-Goalaligned, small-scale fisheries that contribute to food security, poverty alleviation and livelihood security by using sustainable one-by-one fishing techniques.
22nd July 2021
SHARKPROJECT International and International Pole & Line Foundation address Panel 4 in preparation for ICCAT Round 3
4th July 2021
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