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UNDERSTANDING THE MAIN CONSEQUENCES OF CONTINUED ILLEGAL, UNREPORTED, UNREGULATED (IUU) FISHING FOR MARITIME SECURITY ACTOR AND AFFECTED COASTAL COMMUNITIES WITHIN THE INDONESIAN WATERS

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posted on 20.05.2019 by Arfian Putra, Deby Indah Lestari

Abstract

Illegal, Unreported, Unregulated (IUU) Fishing is considered as of the greatest impact towards a state’s prosperity in terms of economic value, societies welfare and food security. Global states have taken this matter seriously as priority in the international fisheries forum with the collaboration of various organizations such as OECD, FAO, RMFO, WWF, etc which took the initiative to combat and banish IUU Fishing practices. The impact of IUU Fishing can implicate public and government in various forms. This paper presents the analytical framework of the impact that are caused by IUU Fishing practices within the Indonesian waters including the identification of IUU Fishing


Methodology: Qualitative approach
Data Collection Analysis: Secondary data from journals, books, and website.

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Declaration of conflicts of interest

The authors declare no conflicts of interest

Corresponding author email

18210290025@lspr.edu

Lead author country

Indonesia

Lead author job role

Postgraduate Student

Lead author institution

London School of Public Relations Jakarta

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No

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No human participants involved

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