RESOURCES

PescaDOLUS has brought together a collection of resources on fisheries crime authored by members of the PescaDOLUS network and as well as reports, articles and papers contributing to the literature on fisheries crime. If you have research to share on fisheries crime, please email us.

Chasing-Red-Herrings-Report

Chasing Red Herrings

Secrecy in Fisheries

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JOLGA

Law enforcement responses facilitated by a fisheries crime approach

The South African example

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expolitation-permitted

Exploitation Permitted

How Ireland's Atypical Permit Scheme Drives the Exploitation of Migrant Workers

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Marine-Resource-Economics

Profit and Resource Rent in Fisheries

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conversation

Organised crime in the fisheries sector starts to get the attention it deserves

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Human-Rights-Dark-Side-Globalisation

Counter-piracy

Navigating the cloudy waters of international law, domestic law and human rights?

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REC

Rapid Response Assessment: The Rise of Environmental Crime

A Growing Threat to Natural Resources, Peace, Development and Security

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HTEC

Fisheries Crime

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study-employment-non-local-labour-fisheries-sector

Study on the employment of non-local labour in the fisheries sector

Final Report

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ECTC

Transboundary international fisheries crime and restitution for South Africa

The case of United States v. Bengis

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marine-policy

Consolidation and distribution of quota holdings in the Icelandic fisheries

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Individual-Transferable-Quotas-Allocation-Icelandic-Fisheries

Individual Transferable Quotas Allocation in Icelandic Fisheries

A Community-Oriented Inequality Analysis

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New-Fisheries-Crime-Paradigm

Towards a new “fisheries crime” paradigm

South Africa as an illustrative African example

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crime-science

Factors influencing the choice of a safe haven for offloading illegally caught fish

A comparative analysis of developed and developing economies

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IJMCL-25

Restitution to South Africa for Illegal Fishing in South African Waters; United States v Bengis (2013)

A Victory for Wildlife Law and Lessons for International Fisheries Crime

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IJMCL-25

CCPCJ Resolution 20/5 on combating transnational organized crime at sea

What is the Role of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime?

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caught-at-sea

Caught at Sea

Forced Labour and Trafficking in Fisheries

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TOC-Fishing-Industry

Transnational Organized Crime in the Fishing Industry

Focus on: Trafficking in Persons, Smuggling of Migrants and Illicit Drugs Trafficking

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plos

Estimating the Worldwide Extent of Illegal Fishing

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Marine-Resource-Economics

Why Fishing Fleets Tend to be “Too Big”

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