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IUU-Vessel

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What We Do

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The Regional Plan of Action to Promote Responsible Fishing Practices including to Combatting Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing Practices in the Region (RPOA-IUU) was endorsed in Bali-Indonesia on 4th May 2007 by Ministers, responsible for the fisheries sector from 11 countries as a regional commitment. There are 11 countries members of RPOA-IUU including Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, The Philippines, Singapore, Timor Leste, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Sub Regional Working Groups

Discover RPOA-IUU's three sub-regional working groups: SESCS SSS, GoT, and ATS. Click here for more information!

International Instruments

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Capacity Building

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Core Elements

1. Current resource and management situation in the region.

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Forgery of Vessel Documentation

Forgery of Vessel Documentation

Catch Documentation Schemes

Catch Documentation Schemes

Joint Working Groups

Joint Working Groups

Transshipment at Sea

Transshipment at Sea

Core Elements

Events & Meetings

Regional cooperation is critical for the long-term sustainable protection of the living marine resource and the marine environment

Whilst some of the root causes of the depletion of fisheries resources can be addressed at the national level, many can only be successfully addressed through regional action

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Upcoming events

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