EJF strongly recommends that Thailand remain on Tier 3 in the 2015 TIP Report
Exiting News from FishWise! Project Manager Ashley Greenley has been selected for the Conservation Alliance’s first inaugural fellowship program! With support from the Packard Foundation, the fellowship is designed to support emerging leaders in the sustainable seafood sector by developing critical skills needed for collective leadership.
The fellowship consists of two workshops (one in Baja, Mexico and one in Portland, OR) that are designed to explore collective leadership and how modern day movements engage networks of people to achieve success. In addition, the fellows will design and execute a group project that addresses a key issue in the sustainable seafood movement. The outcomes and insights gained from this first inaugural program will also create a path for future leadership fellows in the Conservation Alliance.
The fellowship starts next week and will run through April. Stay tuned for updates!
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- Leveraging Data to Detect Potential Human Rights Risks In Seafood Supply Chains
- NEW CONSORTIUM WILL SUPPORT HUMAN RIGHTS RISK ASSESSMENTS WITHIN GLOBAL SEAFOOD SUPPLY CHAINS
- Strengthening the Role of Fishing Ports in Seafood Value Chain Traceability