Programme

Monday, 9 January 2012

 

0900 – 1000 hrs

 

1000 – 1030 hrs

 

1030 – 1130 hrs

 

1130 – 1300 hrs

 

 

 

1300 – 1430 hrs

 

1430 – 1700 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1800 pm onwards


Introduction to workshop

 

Tea

 

Setting the stage: Human development issues in the Asian region (in relation to fishing communities)


The importance of the commons: Shalmali Guttal, Focus on Global South

 Tenure rights in the context of fisheries: ICSF

 Discussion


Lunch

 

Lands and Waters: Competing claims

Panel: Competition for the coasts (5 min each)

-          The Association of the  Federation of Fisherfolk, Thailand

-          Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum, Pakistan

-          National Fishworkers’ Forum, India

-          KIARA, Indonesia

 

Discussion

 

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

Introduction by participants

(followed by dinner)

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

 

0900 -0930 hrs

 

0930 -1230 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1230 – 1400 hrs

 

1400 – 1730 hrs

 

Recap of Day 1

 

Coastal and marine protected areas: threat or opportunity?

Sharing experiences on PA practice (5 min each)

-          National Fishworkers Forum, India

-          SIKAT, Philippines

 

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

Discussion

 

Lunch

 

Climate Change

Impact of climate change on fishing communities and proposals from them (5 min each)

-          Tambuyog Development Centre, Philippines

-          COAST/ Equity BD, Bangladesh

-          Burapa University, Thailand

-          The Association of Sea Watch, Thailand

-          Centre for Marinelife Conservation and

Community Development (MCD), Vietnam

 

The debate and politics of climate change: Heinrich Boll Foundation (HBF)

 

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

 0900 – 0930 hrs

 

0930 – 1230 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1230 – 1400 hrs

 

1400 – 1800 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Recap of Day 2


Aquaculture

 

Trends in aquaculture in Asia: Simon Funge Smith (FAO)

 

Aquaculture: Challenges and threats

-          Sahabat Alam Malaysia, Malaysia

-          Kilusang Mangingisda, Philippines

 

Discussion

 

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

Lunch

 

Managing our fisheries

 

Simon Funge Smith (FAO): key trends and challenges related to fisheries management (45 mts)

 

Challenges and threats facing SSF (5 min each)

-         Jaringan Advokasi untuk Nelayan Sumatera Utara (JALA)

-          Pamalakya, Philippines

-          NAFSO, Sri Lanka

-          Malaysian Inshore Fishermen Action Network (JARING), Malaysia

-          The Association of the Federation of Fisherfolk, Thailand

 

The experience with co-management (5 minutes each)

-          Panglima Laot, Aceh, Indonesia

-          Centre for Marinelife Conservation and Community Development Vietnam

-          Fisheries Action Coalition Team (FACT), Cambodia

-          Cambodia: An Evaluation of ADB
interventions in Cambodia's Inland Fisheries

 

Women’s roles in fisheries

-          Tambuyog Development Center Philippines

-          KIARA, Indonesia

Discussion

 

Thursday, 12 January 2012

 

0900 – 0930 hrs

 

0930 – 1030 hrs

 

 

1030 – 1100 hrs

 

1100 – 1230 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

1230 – 1400 hrs

 

1400 – 1500 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

1500 – 1630 hrs

 

 

 

1630 hrs

 

 

Recap of Day 3

 

Managing our fisheries (contd)

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

Tea

 

Working conditions in fisheries

-          Pamalakaya, Philippines

-          ILO work in Fishing Convention
Ingrid Christensen, Senior Specialist, Occupational Safety and Health, ILO Office, Bangkok
Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

Lunch

 

Transboundary issues in fisheries

-          Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum (PFF), Pakistan

-          KIARA, Indonesia

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

 

Fisheries Trade

Sebastian Mathew: Ecolabelling and other emerging issues in trade

Seafish for Justice: Impact of trade on fishing communities

Summary and sources of further information: ICSF

 

Tea and departure for field visit

Friday, 13 January 2012

 

Field Visit

 

Saturday, 14 January 2012

 

0900 – 0930 hrs

 

0900 – 1230 hrs

 

 

1230 – 1400 hrs

 

1400 – 1530 hrs

 

1530 – 1600 hrs

 

1600 – 1730 hrs

 

1730 -1800 hrs

 

Recap

 

Organizational issues

Panel: What forms of organization exist to protect political, economic and other interests of fishing communities? Which forms have been successful? How can organizations be strengthened?

 
Lunch

 

FAO Guidelines on SSF

 

Tea

 

Looking forward: Strategies for the coming period

 

Closure of workshop

 

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