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  • WHY: To support a step-wise guide for the implementation of international legal and policy instruments related to deep sea fisheries and biodiversity conservation in areas beyond national jurisdiction.
  • WHO: University of Strathclyde / FAO’s Legal Office / Fisheries Specialists
  • HOW: Consultancy/ Workshop
  • WHERE: Bangkok
  • WHEN: November 2018
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Improving management of Marine Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ)
  • WHY: To develop further a training workshop content to ensure improved legal management of fisheries and the environment in areas beyond national jurisdiction
  • WHO: Chris Grose (IMA) with FAO Rome (legal and fisheries) and Strathclyde University staff
  • WHAT: Writeshop on Deep Sea Fisheries Law in Practice
  • HOW: Writeshop facilitated by IMA over a two day period producing a written document and plan of action
  • WHERE: FAO Headquarters, Rome, Italy
  • WHEN: 21 - 22 June, 2018
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Writeshop on Deep-Sea Law in Practice Training (DEEP FLIP)
  • WHY: The ecosystem approach offers a practical and effective means to manage fisheries more holistically
  • WHO: Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem Project
  • WHAT: Multi stakeholder ecosystem management and learning
  • HOW: Workshops, website and training
  • WHERE: UK, Thailand & online
  • WHEN: 2011 - 2017
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Ongoing fisheries management

"I keep six honest serving-men
 (They taught me all I knew);
Their names are What and Why and When 
 And How and Where and Who."

-Rudyard Kipling