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Issue No:64
  • :0973-1121
  • :March
  • :2013

 

The water shone pacifically; the sky, without a speck, was a benign immensity of unstained light; the very mist on the Essex marsh was like a gauzy and radiant fabric, hung from the wooded rises inland, and draping the low shores in diaphanous folds. Only the gloom to the west, brooding over the upper reaches, became more sombre every minute, as if angered by the approach of the sun.

­­— from Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

 

UK

At a crossroads.................................... 4
England’s small-scale fisheries are being
integrated within a national system

PERU

Diversionary tactics............................. 9
Most of Peru’s anchoveta catches meant
for human consumption are being diverted

­EU-MAURITANIA

Fair, sustainable?................................. 14
The new EU-Mauritania Fisheries
Agreement has been welcomed—and spurned

AFRICA

A weighty responsibility....................... 16
A fisheries reform process is under way in
several parts of Africa

SRI LANKA

Restoring past glory............................. 20
The Regional Fisheries Livelihoods Programme
focuses on fisheries in the Negombo lagoon

DOCUMENT

Need for vigilance................................. 24
Summary of a study on globalization and
trade treaties in Atlantic Canadian fisheries

REPORT

A collective voice.................................. 29
A national workshop on the ILO Work in
Fishing Convention was held in Goa, India

BRAZIL

Short-term model.................................. 34
Brazil is backing increased production
through industrial fisheries and aquaculture

REPORT

Living the learning................................. 42
70 participants from the Honduran Caribbean
coast gathered at a conference on...

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