The End-of-Year Fishery Dialogue, hosted by Destructive Fishing Watch (DFW), featured prominent participation from various stakeholders, including Anggraeni and Partners. Our junior research analyst, Muhammad Soufi Cahya Gemilang, was invited to this event due to the firm’s contributions to the future of marine law. The dialogue focused on reviewing the fisheries and marine sector of 2023 and projecting outlooks for 2024.
Key topics of discussion included the implementation of Government Regulation No. 11/2023 on Measured Fish Catching and its impact on non-tax state revenue (PNBP) targets. The dialogue also update on the progress against IUU (Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated) fishing and the expansion of monitoring fleets.
DFW’s research on Fishing Vessel Crew Members (AKP) emphasized the importance of union formation to safeguard their rights. The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) addressed the gathering, highlighting their commitment to enhancing Law No. 27/2016 to better protect and empower fishermen, aquaculturists, and salt farmers.
This event marked a significant collaboration of stakeholders in the marine and fisheries sectors, setting a course for the upcoming year. With Legal Lab, we invite collaboration and contributions to this ongoing conversation. For those interested in partnering with us or contributing to our publications, please contact us to explore how we can collectively make a positive impact in the marine and fisheries sectors.
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Muhammad Soufi Cahya Gemilang
Research Analyst in Ocean-Maritime and Climate