- Key Documents
Here you may find documents relating to the Team's work, mandate, and outputs
- Overview of Activities Related to the Team of Specialists on Sustainable Fisheries in 2020 ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/22
- Revised Mandate and Terms of Reference ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2017/16/Rev.2
- Progress report on the Programme of Work: 2018-2019 - ToSSF/2019/INF.2
- Report of the 2nd session of the ToSSF - ToSSF/2019/1
- Programme of Work - ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2018/22
- Report of the 1st Meeting of the ToS on SF - ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2018/21
- Guidance on UN/CEFACT FLUX (see chapter 7) - ECE/TRADE/428
- Mandate and Terms of Reference - ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2017/16/Rev.1
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- Briefing Note on UN/CEFACT FLUX and SDG14 - ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2016/18
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- Case Stories
The Team of Specialists has developed a template to develop case studies of individual countries’ experience implementing UN/FLUX, to share experiences and lessons learned. Please find here the template, as well as country experiences.
Here you may find links to previous meetings; by clicking on the meeting's link you can access related documents, such as agendas and reports.
34th UN/CEFACT Forum, 28 October - November 2019
Third Session - Team of Specialists on Sustainable Fisheries
4 February 202031 January - 1 February 2019
UN/CEFACT Forum, Hangzhou, China
14 - 19 October 2018
2nd Oceans Forum on Trade-related Aspects of SDG 14
16 - 17 July 2018
Press Release issued by UNECE
31st UN/CEFACT Forum
23 - 27 April 2018
First Session - Team of Specialists on Sustainable Fisheries
29 - 30 January 2018
- Communications Materials
Here you may find materials used during the promotion and communication around UN/FLUX.
Overfishing and Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (IUU) negatively impact sustainable fisheries, livelihoods, and world fish stocks. In 2016, illicit fishing accounted for a staggering 25% of fish of the annual ocean harvest, and was valued at up to $23 billion, which is lost each year to legitimate fishers. Additionally, such practices threaten local biodiversity and food security in many countries. An essential step for an effective management of fish resources is the timely acquisition of information on vessels, stocks and catches as well as the exchange of such information between stakeholders.