[WEBINAR] WTO fishing in troubled waters

By APRN | October 19, 2022

The global fishing industry has grown exponentially in the past decades. But just like other industries that have grown under “globalization”, it is dominated by transnational corporations, multilateral institutions, and trade blocs such as the WTO, EU, OECD, and TPPA that are hell-bent on imposing trade-related measures in their crusade against IUUF and overfishing. Measures that are narrow and biased against small-scale artisanal fishers while sparing big fishing monopolies which are actually liable for IUUF and overfishing.

Join us on October 19, 2022, Buenos Aires 23:00 H (October 18), Lusaka 04:00 H, Jakarta 09:00 H, Manila 10:00 H, Suva 14:00 H

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You can also catch our livestream event on Facebook and Youtube.
This event is proudly presented by Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN), People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty – Global, and PAMALAKAYA-Pilipinas.

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