EVENTS

The Threat of IUU Fishing in Latin America and the Caribbean

InSight Crime and the Center for Latin American & Latino Studies at American University (CLALS) are holding a conference to discuss findings from our joint investigation on illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) Fishing in Latin America and the Caribbean. Panelists will also discuss the latest trends in IUU fishing, including perpetrators and adverse impacts across Costa Rica, Panama, Jamaica, Guyana, Suriname, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, and Ecuador.

The event takes place Friday, September 9, at 1 p.m. EST in the Butler Pavilion Board Room at American University’s campus in Washington, DC. Advance registration is required to attend in-person. The event will also be streamed on the CLALS Facebook page in English.

Date

9 Sep 2022

Time

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Where

Washington D.C. | American University | Butler Pavilion Board Room 600 *Advance registration required

Speakers

Cristina Cely – Director of One Health Ecuador

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Jorge Arturo Jiménez Ramón – General Director of MarViva Foundation

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Joshua Goodman – Latin America correspondent for The Associated Press

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Milko Schvartzman – Ocean Policy Coordinator of Círculo de Políticos Ambientales NGO

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Peter A. Murray – Advisor of Fisheries Management and Development at CRFM Secretariat

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Philippe Le Billon – Professor at University of British Columbia’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs

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