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Issue No:65
  • :ISSN 0973–1121
  • :July
  • :2013
  • :English

The blue sea had over it the mystery of the darkness of the

night; the high noon sun had lost its fiery vigour and shone

with the pale yellow splendour of a full moon. All around me,

before and on either hand, was a waste of waters; the very air

and earth seemed filmed with moving water, and the sound

of falling waters was in my ears.

— from The Mystery of the Sea by Bram Stoker

REPORT
Sticky issues............................................... 4
An update on the recent FAO Technical
Consultation on SSF Guidelines

NEW ZEALAND
Forced into slavery.................................... 8
On slave-like working conditions for migrant
crew on fishing vessels in New Zealand

ANALYSIS
Grabbing oceans....................................... 14
Marine protected areas often fail to recognize
the human-rights issue of exclusion of people

ANALYSIS
Getting rights wrong................................. 19
The Global Partnership for Oceans ignores the
voices of the world’s small-scale fisher peoples

IRELAND
Smoking kilns........................................... 26
The European ‘Economuseum’ network is
putting artisanal fishers on the map

LATIN AMERICA
Men, women fishing together................... 30
A training workshop in Honduras
focused on the need for gender equity

VIETNAM
Depending on mangroves......................... 36
Integrated shrimp-mangrove farming systems
can help protect livelihoods in Vietnam

DOCUMENT
ICSF statement......................................... 40
From the GDF for the Promotion of
the Work in Fishing Convention, 2007

ANALYSIS
A fishy partnership................................... 42
The proposed Global Partnership for
Oceans may turn out to...

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