Fisheries might have been slow to catch on to the transparency wave, but it is now widely accepted as being fundamental to sustainable fisheries management; yet, the subject is not straightforward at all.
Victoria – 24 February 2020. The Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI) has been legally registered today in the Seychelles as a global members’ association. Read More →
The International Secretariat of the Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI) is looking for a Senior Public Relations Coordinator. Read More →
Berlin/Victoria – 28 October 2019. The International Board of the Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI) appointed today Dr. Valeria Merino as the 2nd Chair of the FiTI. Read More →
The International Secretariat of the Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI) is looking for a new Regional Coordinator Read More →
Berlin/Victoria – 16 July 2019. The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation announced today their support for the FiTI to increase transparency in fisheries management in Africa and Latin America.
VICTORIA, 28 May 2019. The FiTI International Secretariat was officially opened today in Victoria. The ceremony was attended by the President of Seychelles, Danny Faure, Vice-President Meriton, members of the government and the diplomatic corps, Read More →
BERLIN – 24 May 2019. The FiTI International Secretariat released today the new Guidance Note #02: “Compiling FiTI Reports” to support Report Compilers in producing annual reports on behalf of the FiTI National Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG). Read More →
DAKAR – 20 March 2019. In order to raise awareness about the FiTI in Senegal and to discuss a roadmap for submitting the Candidate Application by end of 2019, Read More →
NOUAKCHOTT – 28 February 2018. In December 2018, Mauritania became the first country to be granted the official status of a FiTI Candidate country Read More →