Secure Fisheries brings together key stakeholders who are interested in understanding and improving fisheries management around the world to reduce fisheries conflict, improve fisheries sustainability, and contribute to greater food and economic security. Our engaging, outcome-driven forums build networks around fisheries, connect donors and investors to fishing sector opportunities, and generate ideas and policy recommendations.
SFF 2019 explored tangible ways to build a sustainable fishing sector that provides long-term food & economic security for Somalis.
Caught Red-Handed, a series of eleven workshops throughout nations in the Western Indian Ocean, connects navies, coast guards, and law enforcement to harmonize information collection and sharing to combat illegal fishing.
The symposium brought together 21 members of the Fisheries Conflict Research Consortium (FCRC). The FCRC is comprised of an eclectic group of experts with diverse thematic and geographic backgrounds and a mutual interest in understanding and combating fisheries conflict.
The 2017 Somalia Fisheries Forum brought together members of fishing communities, technical experts, business owners, investors, and donors to strengthen Somalia’s fishing sector through panels, discussions, and networking.
The inaugural Fisheries Conflict Symposium, held in 2017, brought together experts in fisheries conflict to share ideas, advance research, and strategize on policy interventions aimed at reducing fisheries conflict.