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August 9 2016 marks 37 years of the FFA Convention: Read our founding documents

In 1977 Pacific Islands Forum Leaders at their 8th meeting delivered a Declaration on the Law of the Sea and a Regional Fisheries Agency. Two years later, on July 10 1979,  10 Pacific nations opened the FFA Convention for signature. The FFA takes its annual commemoration from 9 August 1979, when the Convention-- which received its required number of signatories on July 10, entered into force. 

Outcomes statement from FFA, Solomon Islands Judicial Seminar: Information focus on national workshops, PacLII and FFA databases

A full report of proceedings has been cleared to member countries, with an appended Statement of Outcomes highlighting the key elements of the three-day meeting of Pacific judiciary and fisheries officials, chaired by Solomon Islands Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer. 
 
FFA AND SOLOMON ISLANDS JUDICIAL SEMINAR
Honiara, Solomon Islands 
25-27 July 2016 
 
STATEMENT

Capturing economic benefits from the Pacific’s tuna resources-- FFA Policy Brief

In this Policy Brief originally published as part of a collection of four externally contributed articles in the July Pacific Economic Monitor of the Asian Development Bank, FFA's Chris Reid, Alice McDonald and Leonard Rodwell conclude their report noting that Agency member nations are continuing to develop and implement policies at the regional and subregional levels in order to implement rights-based management systems

FFA TRADE AND INDUSTRY NEWS Volume 9: Issue 3 May-June 2016

FFA TRADE AND INDUSTRY NEWS    Volume 9: Issue 3May-June 2016

By Elizabeth Havice, Mike McCoy, Liam Campling[1]

 

CONTENTS

Special Feature   

14th Infofish World Tuna Trade Conference Summary

Fisheries Management

US and Pacific Island Parties Reach New US Treaty Agreement

US combines in-zone and high seas fishing effort in interim rule

Port State Measures Agreement Enters into Force

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