forces to shape the fishery sector of tomorrow is the newly launched (3
September) publication prepared by IMO, ILO and FAO.
new brochure will help promote safe and decent work in fisheries through the
application of international standards.
Four main international binding
fisheries conventions/agreements that promote the safety of fishing vessels
publication provides an overview of the four main international binding
fisheries conventions/agreements that promote the safety of fishing vessels,
safety of fishers, training of fishers, and responsible and safe fisheries
for policy and decision-makers in the fisheries, maritime, and labour sectors
is also provided with a view to encourage the ratification and implementation
of the above-mentioned fisheries instruments.
remains one of the most dangerous professions in the world
fishing remains one of the most dangerous professions in the world, the sector
needs to change to become more sustainable. This publication aims to support
governments in achieving their commitments towards Sustainable Development Goal
(SDG) 8: Promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full
and productive employment and decent work for all; and SDG 14: Conserve and
sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable