6.5.1 Extent to which CCAMLR recognises the special needs of Developing States and pursues forms of cooperation with Developing States, taking into account the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries Article 5
6.5.2 Extent to which CCAMLR Members, individually or through the Commission, provide relevant assistance to Developing States
|Recommendation||Responsible body||Activities to date||Status|
|188.8.131.52 CCAMLR may wish to give consideration to new means for providing support to Developing States. These might include, but need not be limited to:
(a) establishing a dedicated fund to support Developing States, and referencing the establishment and accessibility to such a fund in its literature and website, including the Cooperation Enhancement Program;
(b) identifying current best practice and existing arrangements elsewhere, particularly within RFMOs, in relation to Developing States;
(c) exploring and making available information on other funding sources to assist Developing States who wish to engage with CCAMLR.
|Commission and subsidiary bodies||(2008)SC-CAMLR-XXVII, paragraph 10.10;
(2009)SC-CAMLR-XXVIII/07 (106.96 KB);
(2009)SC-CAMLR-XXVIII paragraphs 10.15 to 10.23;
(2009)CCAMLR-XXVIII, paragraphs 16.6 to 16.13 and 16.17.
African IUU capacity building workshop.
(2010)CCAMLR-XXIX, paragraph 8.18;
(2010)CCAMLR-XXIX, Annex 5, paragraphs 4.7 to 4.13;
(2010)SC-CAMLR-XXIX, paragraphs 15.10 to 15.13;
(2010)SC-CAMLR-XXIX, Annex 9 – endorsement of the CCAMLR Scientific Scholarship Scheme (participation not limited to developing States).
(2010)CCAMLR-XXIX/09 (98.36 KB);
(2011)CCAMLR-XXX, Annex 4, paragraph 30;
(2011)CCAMLR-XXX, Annex 5, paragraphs 4.15 to 4.18;
(2011)CCAMLR-XXX/28 (174.59 KB) and CCAMLR-XXX/33 (233.63 KB) further workshops
Secretariat review of new and exploratory fisheries application fees CCAMLR-XXX/07 (375.28 KB);
(2012)CCAMLR-XXXI, paragraph 8.15;
(2012)CCAMLR-XXXI/37 CDS capacity building in Africa.
|The Commission considered this recommendation at CCAMLR-XXX (CCAMLR-XXX, Annex 5, paragraph 30). No additional work in relation to this matter was identified.|