Day 2

Wednesday, 5 July 2006

0900 - 1000 hrs

Policies and strategies for increasing the contribution of small-scale fisheries to poverty alleviation and food security based on the FAO technical guidelines :
Rolf Willmann
FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries: 10,
Increasing the Contribution of Small-scale Fisheries to Poverty Alleviation and Food Security

1000- 1200 hrs

Biodiversity and The Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries

Moderator: Alain le Sann

  1. The CBD Process and Its Relevance for Small-scale Fisheries: Chandrika Sharma and Ramya Rajagopalan
  2. Marine Extractive Reserves in Brazil: An Alternative Approach to Participatory Conservation: Antonio Carlos Diegues
  3. Small-scale Fisheries Perspective on an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries and Oceans: Sebastian Mathew


1200 - 1300 hrs

Lunch Break

1300 - 1530 hrs

Trade in Fish and Fish Products

Moderator: Cornelie Quist

  1. The WTO and Small-scale Fisheries: Sebastian Mathew
  2. Trade and Food Security: John Kurien
  3. A French Response to Darwin's Nightmare: Alain le Sann
  4. Ecolabels and Fisheries: Problems and Prospects for Small-scale Fisheries in Latin America: Ernesto Godelman and Réne Schärer

1530 - 1600 hrs

Tea break

1600 - 1800 hrs

Panel Discussion: Disaster Preparedness and Coastal Fishing Communities

Moderator: V. Vivekandanan
Panellists: Ravadee Prasertcharoensuk, Herman Kumara, Harekrishna Debnath, Juan Carlos Sueiro, Gunnar Album, Cornelie Quist


1800 - 1930 hrs

Free Time, Informal Discussions / Dinner/ Cultural evening

1930 - 2100

Video / Documentary Shows