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Guide to International Fisheries Law

International fisheries laws differ from country to country. Some laws are stricter than others, while others lack the strength of protecting the waters to its potential. International fisheries can be plagued with corruption and port state issues. Many organizations come together to build better laws to protect those that live in the water and those who are surrounded by waters.



  • European Community: Fishing catch certification requirements for Europe.
  • International Convention for the Safety of Fishing Vessels: Vessel and port control certificate information.

Supply Chain Management


  • Pacific Island Corruption: The PROFISH Law Enforcement investigates lack of government stability in the corruption in Pacific Islands Fisheries.
  • Corruption in Africa: A look into the corruption of Africa’s fisheries and attempt to reform government participation.

Flag State Issues

International Trade

Tracking Technology

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