Past Events

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Apr
14

Ad-hoc meeting of the GFCM Heads of Delegations

Dates: 14 April 2021

The meeting is open to the GFCM Contracting Parties Heads of Delegation, who may be accompanied by a maximum 2 national representatives, as well as to representatives of the GFCM Cooperating Non-Contracting Parties, in quality of observers.

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Apr
03

HELCOM Intersessional Meeting of the Group on ecosystem-based sustainable fisheries

Dates: 03 April 2021

https://portal.helcom.fi/Lists/MeetingInformation/Upcoming.aspx

Mar
29

GFCM Coordination Meeting: Building together a new strategy for Mediterranean and Black Sea fisheries and aquaculture

Dates: 29 March 2021

Mar
29

FAO Guidelines for Sustainable Aquaculture – Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Dates: 29 - 31 March 2021

Virtual meeting with Eastern Europe and Central Asia on the development of FAO Guidelines for Sustainable Aquaculture (GSA).

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Mar
24

BSAC concluding session on CFP implementation and revision

Dates: 24 March 2021

BSAC meeting to present conclusions from the previous three sessions on the implementation and revision of the CFP with a Baltic perspective, and to prepare the drafting of a BSAC White Paper. Online meeting Time: 10.00-12.00  CET   The previous three sessions were held on 19 January, 2 February and 9 February 2021, and meeting reports are available on the BSAC website.

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Mar
24

FARNET: Better local strategies around the Baltic Sea and in inland areas

Dates: 24 - 26 March 2021

FARNET transnational ONLINE seminar for Baltic and inland FLAGs, 24-26 March 2021 Better local strategies around the Baltic Sea and in inland FLAG areas Following the online seminar for Mediterranean and Black Sea FLAGs, this seminar is for FLAGs in the Baltic Sea basin and in inland areas around Europe. Its objectives are:

  • to help FLAGs develop better, more innovative and more focused local strategies for the next programme period,
  • to facilitate exchange and joint learning on themes common to many Baltic and inland FLAGs,
  • to provide inspiration and support to cooperation between actors in Baltic and inland areas, and also with relevant non-CLLD initiatives.
Fisheries Local Action Groups (FLAGs) are partnerships between fisheries actors and other local private and public stakeholders. Together, they design and implement a local development strategy to address their area's needs, be they economic, social and/or environmental. Based on their strategy, the FLAGs select and provide funding for local projects that contribute to local development in their areas, involving thousands of local stakeholders.

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Mar
23

HELCOM FISH-PRO

Location: Online meeting (EET)

Dates: 23 - 25 March 2021

3rd Meeting of the continuation of the project for Baltic-wide assessment of coastal fish communities in support of an ecosystem-based management

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Mar
22

ICES WGBAST 2021 meeting

Dates: 22 - 30 March 2021

ICES Assessment Working Group on Baltic Salmon and Trout (WGBAST) The Assessment Working Group on Baltic Salmon and Trout assesses the status and trends of salmon and sea trout stocks in the Baltic Sea and provides annual catch advice on salmon. Oniline meeting.

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Mar
18

European Parliament Committee on Fisheries

Dates: 18 March 2021

PECH provisional calendar january - march 2021 https://www.europarl.europa.eu/committees/en/PECH/home/highlights

Mar
17

42nd Meeting of the Helsinki Commission

Location: Helsinki, Finland

Dates: 17 - 18 March 2021