Working with other organisations and experts is critical to the delivery of our strategy and workplan.
Current collaborations include:
- Working with the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership to develop a fishery risk assessment
- Signing MoUs with Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET), Global Tuna Alliance (GTA) and the Sustainable Seafood Coalition (SSC) to provide their members with access to our fishery risk assessment
- Working with FishWise, World Benchmarking Alliance and consultant Tim Pilch on our programme of training and support for member companies
- Working with Pew Charitable Trusts and Environmental Justice Foundation on the development of our advocacy strategy
- Working with International Transport Workers Federation and the University of Nottingham Human Rights Lab to understand trade union objectives and the application of Worker Driven Social Responsibility models in fisheries.
- Working with the International Pole and Line Foundation to identify opportunities to engage in the human rights and labour standards workstreams of Regional Fisheries Management Organisations (RFMOs), and promote alignment between the SEA Alliance’s work and SDG 14b.