Making transparency work in Africa’s fisheries: New publication by U4 Anti-corruption resource centre

I have recently published a report on transparency and fisheries in Africa. It provides a discussion on the problems associated with poor levels of access to information in fisheries management, and also the limits and limitations of transparency reforms. It concludes with some policy recommendations. A shorter ‘policy brief’ was also published after this report by U4, which considered the possibility of extending the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative to fisheries.

Making transparency work in Africa’s fisheries

What’s the catch? Considering an EITI for fisheries

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