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Dryad Global : What can be learned from the IUU Fishing-Piracy Nexus?

Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing is an overarching term that refers to a combination of illicit fishing practices. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) defines illegal fishing as vessels ignoring jurisdictional boundaries, conservation, and management measures adopted by regional fisheries organizations.

In this Metis Insights, we dive into the topic of Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing.

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Dryad Global analysts Casper Goldman and Marta Garcia Ruiz cover:

👉 IUU Fishing, Piracy, and West Africa
👉 Where Lies the Responsibility: A Multistakeholder reality
👉 Looking towards Mozambique: What can we learn?

Unreported fishing is any fishing practice not reported to relevant authorities, and unregulated fishing includes fishing that is inconsistent with a state’s conservation and management responsibilities under international law.

IUU fishing plays a role in creating, perpetuating, and exacerbating a range of security and environmental issues, including maritime crime and piracy. It does so by undermining efforts to preserve and conserve fish stocks, worsening socioeconomic pressure placed on coastal communities that depend on fishing practices to survive.

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