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Quay Issues: Issue 4

Kirsten Milliken, Marta Moran Quintana, Ana Witeveen, Hazel Curtis

Quay Issues is a magazine for the fishing industry. It tells some of the stories unearthed during our annual Economic Survey of the UK Fishing Fleet. The aim is to share inspiring stories about innovative and best practice solutions to industry challenges and to disseminate our economic data amongst a wider audience. In this edition we look at ways fishermen can test the financial viability of selective fishing gear, the improtance of making sure gear set-up is correct, factors influencing fish price, including vessel reputation, fishermen's health and the lobster sector.

October 2017Download PDF

Final Minutes DAG meeting 18 July 2017

Karen Green

Final notes of the Discard Action Group meeting held at Friends House, London on 18 July 2017.

September 2017Download PDF

Seafish Brussels Update 25/08/2017 – 01/09/2017

Cristina Fernandez

Guy Verhofstadt discussed Brexit negotiations with Employment Committee; Joint technical note on EU-UK position on citizens' rights after third round of negotiations; Brexit reading list: negotiations and future relations; Brexit: Towards an EFTA-like dispute settlement mechanism; British Chambers of Commerce and Association of German Chambres of Commerce call for negotiators to put clear focus on shared economic interests; Brexit is coming, businesses need to be ready; Baltic Sea fishing opportunities for 2018 increased quotas for herring and salmon; FVO audit on residues and contaminants in live animals and animal products controls on veterinary medicinal products in Japan; Bluefin tuna quotas

September 2017Download PDF

Fact Sheet: Seafish role in addressing ethics in seafood. September 2017

Karen Green

Social responsibility is paramount to Seafish and to the entire seafood industry. For us social responsibility, encompasses concerns about labour and human rights issues. This includes human trafficking, labour abuses, child labour, bonded labour, forced labour, migrant workers, and slavery, across the whole supply chain. Social responsibility is a complex, global issue affecting many countries and a wide range of products. This fact sheet highlights the key work areas for Seafish to address this issue including: outreach activities; the Seafood Ethics Common Language Group; a project to assess ethical issues in the UK supply chain; the development of a risk assessment tool for social responsibility in fisheries; the development of Tools for Ethical Seafood Sourcing (TESS) to signpost businesses to resources that can support them in addressing ethical issues in their supply chain; the Risk Assessment for Sourcing Seafood (RASS) and the Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS). This is the fifth revision of this fact sheet.

September 2017Download PDF

Seafish Brussels Update 01/09/2017 – 08/09/2017

Cristina Fernandez

Brexit: joint statement by EP President and Brexit coordinator; Michel Barnier statement on Guiding Principles on Ireland and Northern Ireland; Position paper on Public Procurement; Guiding principles for the Dialogue on Ireland/Northern Ireland; Position paper on Customs; Position paper on Use of Data and Protection of Information Obtained or Processed before Withdrawal Date; Position paper on Intellectual property rights (including geographical indications); Indonesia: Fishery products from tuna species; Evaluation of EU legal framework on food irradiation; Meeting of Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed "Controls and import conditions"; Belgium seeks EU court opinion on EU-Canada free trade deal

September 2017Download PDF