Persistent Challenges and Recent Developments in International Fisheries Law

Workshop, 23 September 2015
Venue: UiT, The Arctic University of Norway, Teorifagbygget, building 1, room 1.413

For registration, send an e-mail to: christin.Skjervold@uit.no

 

Final program dated 18 August 2015:

12.25-12.30

Opening workshop - Tore Henriksen (JCLOS)

Session 1 - moderated by Erik J. Molenaar (JCLOS)

12.30-12.55

Pacta Tertiis  and Regional Fisheries Management Mechanisms - Andrew Serdy (University of Southampton)


12.55-13.20

Regional Fisheries Management Mechanisms and the Compliance Conundrum - Karen Scott (University of Canterbury)


13.20-13.35

Commentator - Robin Churchill (University of Dundee)

 

13.35-14.00

Plenary discussion

14.00-14.20 Refreshment break


Session 2 - moderated by Tore Henriksen (JCLOS)

14.20-14.55

Reconciling the Evolving Mandates and Practices of Regional Fisheries Management Mechanisms and other Regional Oceans Governance Mechanisms: Challenges and Opportunities - Richard Caddell (Utrecht

University)

 

14.55-15.20

The Possible New UNCLOS Implementation Agreement. Its Relationship with Existing International Fisheries Law and Other Key Issues - Richard Barnes (University of Hull)

15.20-15.35

Commentator - Ellen Hey (Erasmus University)

15.35-16.00

Discussion

16.00 Close workshop - Erik J. Molenaar (JCLOS)

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Information
When: 23. September 2015 kl. 12.25–17.00
Where: Teorifagbygget, room 1413
Location / Campus: Tromsø
Target group: All
Responsible: Christin Skjervold


Attachments / Pictures
Program-International-Fisheries-Law-Workshop-Final-v-15-08-18