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Tuesday, June 25 • 13:00 - 14:30
Illegality at Sea: stocks decline, slavery and social practice.

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*panel description and paper abstracts in attachment.

Chair: Peter VanderGeest

Labour relations in commercial fisheries
Peter VanderGeest

Dangerous, Illegal, and Persistent: A case study of compressor fishing in a Philippine barangay
Hannah R. Bassett

A dilemma in catch ban regulation on lobsters, crabs, swimming crabs in Banyuwangi, Indonesia through the lenses of social practice perspective
Merdeka Agus Saputra & Gert Spaargaren

Fish Stock Declines as an Incentive for the Use of Modern Slavery on Fishing Vessels
Jessica Sparks


Speakers
avatar for Hannah Bassett

Hannah Bassett

PhD Student, University of Washington, Seattle
Dive fisheries, political ecology of small-scale fisheries, impacts of marine climate change on people, Philippines, California
avatar for Merdeka Agus Saputra

Merdeka Agus Saputra

Executive Operation, Alune
I am a marine enthusiast who is looking for PhD about Marine Governance.



Tuesday June 25, 2019 13:00 - 14:30
REC A2.08 Roeters Eiland Complex, University of Amsterdam