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Secretaria Regional do Mar, Ciência e Tecnologia

International Pole & Line Foundation

Governo dos Açores

Programa Operacional MAR 2020

Azores Fisheries Observer Program

SUNDAY 15th

Guest registration

17h30 - 19h30

MONDAY 16th

8h30 - 9h30

Guest registration

Opening session

9.30 - 10.00 AM

ONE-BY-ONE TUNA FISHERIES

Overview of one-by-one fisheries

Trends and current status of one-by-one fisheries

NGO work on the social dimension of one-by-one fisheries

Market perspective on the value of a social focus

ROUNDTABLES

A: RESEARCHING ONE-BY-ONE FISHERIES

B: COMMUNICATING ABOUT ONE-BY-ONE FISHERIES

SUNDAY 15th

MONDAY 16th

8h30 - 9h30                                     GUEST REGISTRATION - Sociedade Amor da Pátria

11h00 - 12h00                     

PANEL I: ONE-BY-ONE TUNA FISHERIES

Chair: Martin Purves, Managing Director, IPNLF

Overview of one-by-one fisheries

 

Azores/Madeira  Helder Silva, Chair, Azores Fisheries Observer Programme (POPA)

Maldives  Adnan Ali, Managing Director, Horizon Fisheries

Indonesia – Bayu Mangkerat, Asosiasi Perikanan Pole & Line dan Handline

Senegal – Ibra Ndao, SERT

 

St Helena  Adam Baske, IPNLF

 

Japan – Mr. Kenji Matsunaga, CEO Meiho Co. Ltd.

 

Northern Spain – Miren Garmendia, OPEGUI

 

Canary Islands – Fernando Gutierrez, Fishermen Association

 

South Africa  Clyde Bodenham, South African Tuna Association

Cabo Verde – Carlos Monteiro, Instituto Nacional para o  Desenvolvimento das Pescas (INDP)

9h30 - 10h30                                   OPENING SESSION

Welcome words

 

Luís Rodrigues - Regional Director for Fisheries, Government of Azores 

 

José Leonardo - Mayor of Horta

John Burton - Chairman, International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF)

Keynote address

 

Dr Mohamed Shainee - Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, Republic of the Maldives

Dr. Gui Menezes - Regional Secretary for the Sea, Science and Technology, Government of Azores

10h30 - 11h00                                COFFEE BREAK

12h00 - 12h30                                     DISCUSSION               

12h30 - 14h00                                     LUNCH

14h00 - 15h00        

Trends and Current Status of ObO fisheries

Western and Central Pacific  Antony Lewis, WCPFC expert

Eastern Pacific  Alexandre Aires-da-Silva, IATTC secretariat

 

Indian Ocean – Martin Purves, IPNLF

 

Atlantic  Paul de Bruyn, Head of Department of Research and Statistics, ICCAT

17h30 - 19h30                                   GUEST REGISTRATION

                                                           Sociedade Amor da Pátria

                                                           Rua D. Pedro IV
                                                           Horta, Azores

15h00 - 15h30                                    DISCUSSION               

PANEL II: THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF ONE-BY-ONE FISHERIES

Chair: Rogério Veiros, President of Pão do Mar

TUESDAY 17th

WEDS 18th

FIELD TRIP

Visit to the Port of Horta/Tuna fleet

Visit local fish sale and auction house, Lotaçor

Social dimension of fisheries: a global overview - Lena Westlund, FAO, Fisheries and Aquaculture Department

Atlantic one-by-one tuna fisheries social revenues: the Portuguese example (Azores) - Pedro Capela, Tuna Association of the Azores (APASA)

Squaring the circle: are ethics and the market ever compatible​ - Charles Redfern, Fish 4 Ever

16h15 - 16h45                                     DISCUSSION               

17h00 - 17h45                                     ROUNDTABLE SESSION

Roundtable A: Researching one-by-one tuna fisheries - Facilitated by Miguel Machete, Azores Observer Program

Roundtable B: Communicating one-by-one tuna fisheries - Facilitated by Helen Packer, ANOVA USA

 

20h00                                                  DINNER AT Barão Palace

Ricardo Serrão Santos, Member of European Parliament, Committee on Fisheries

 

PANEL III: THE ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSION OF TUNA FISHERIES

Chair: Friederike Kremer-Obrock, Chair of  SharkProject

15h30 - 16h15                

9h15 - 10h15              

Environmental sustainability of the one-by-one tuna fisheries - Juliette Tunstall, IPNLF

 

Are FADs a real threat to one-by-one fisheries? - Sandra Jen, Consultant to the Pew Charitable Trusts, Global Tuna Conservation

 

Baitfish fisheries: sustainability element for one-by-one tuna fishery - Telmo Morato, University of the Azores and Antony Lewis, Independent expert

10h15 - 10h30                                     DISCUSSION               

Retail perspective on committing to one-by-one tuna - Latiefa Behardien, Woolworths South Africa

Addressing quality challenges in handline fisheries - Fazla Yoosuf, MSPEA President

 

Seafood sustainability tools and certifications overview - Martin Purves, IPNLF; Julie Kuchepatov, Fair Trade USA; Alexia Morgan, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership and Justin Boevers, FishChoice

13h00 - 14h30                                     LUNCH

14h30 - 15h30

Policies in the Azores that promote and protect one-by-one tuna fisheries ​– Filipe Porteiro, Regional Director of Marine Affairs, Government of the Azores

 

International policy opportunities – Adam Baske, Policy & Outreach Director, IPNLF

Philanthropic perspective – Jacob James, The Waitt Foundation

Keeping the one-by-one tuna fisheries network alive – Luís Rodrigues, Regional Director of Fisheries

15h30 - 16h00                                  CLOSING SPEECHES

16h00                                                NETWORKING RECEPTION

12h30 - 13h00                                     DISCUSSION               

10h30 - 10h45                                 COFFEE BREAK

17h45 - 18h00                                 ROUNDTABLE RECAP

Traceability initiatives

 

Azores – Cintia Machado, President of Lotaçor

Maldives – Nadheeh Ibrahim, Fisheries Research Officer, IPNLF

Indonesia – Jeremy Crawford, Southeast Asia Director, IPNLF

Other – Pedro Manuel, Senior Software & Operations Engineer, BitCliq

16h45 - 17h00                                COFFEE BREAK

9h00 - 09h15                                  OPENING SPEECH

10h45 - 12h30              

PANEL IV: MARKETS AND TRACEABILITY

Chair: Clyde Bodenham, South African Tuna Association

PANEL V: WORKING TOGETHER FOR A THRIVING FUTURE

Chair: Luís Rodrigues, Regional Director for Fisheries, Government of the Azores