This paper was prepared by Poseidon Aquatic Resource Management Ltd and the FAO Development Law Service (LEGN) for the Asia-Pacific Fisheries Commission workshop on Mainstreaming Fisheries Co-management in Asia-Pacific, which was held in Siem Reap, Cambodia, from 9 to 12 August 2005. The paper examines the policy and legislative frameworks for co-management in thirteen countries in Asia and the Pacific, and the extent to which these frameworks hinder or support co-management practices. Through an analysis of the different case studies, 'lessons learned' are presented and a number of conclusions are drawn about the key characteristics of a supportive policy and legislative framework based on some ideas about 'best practice'. The adoption of these characteristics by governments would demonstrate their commitment to co-management and increase the likelihood of co-management success.
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Title: Policy and Legislative Frameworks for Co-management
Publication date 2005-01-01
Publication Year 2005
, Graeme Macfadyen
, Phillippe Cacaud
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
, Global Partnership for Responsible Fisheries (FishCode)
Asia (Eastern) / Japan
, Asia (Southern) / Bangladesh
, Asia (Southeastern) / Thailand
, Asia (Southeastern) / Cambodia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Vietnam
, Asia (Southern) / Sri Lanka
, Asia (Asia Pacific)
, Asia (Southeastern) / Philippines
, Asia (Southeastern) / India / Tamil Nadu
, Asia (Southeastern) / India / Kerala
, Asia (Southeastern) / Indonesia / Maluku
, Australia / New Zealand / Cook Islands
, Oceania / Samoa
, Oceania / Vanuatu
, Oceania / Fiji
, fisheries management
, policy and legislative
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