International Fisheries Law
This course examines the fisheries provisions of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, and the gaps and shortcomings in the law of the sea framework. It addresses:
- the political economy of international fisheries and the historical evolution of international fisheries law;
- the fisheries regime under the Law of the Sea Convention;
- post-law of the sea global binding and non-binding instruments;
- regional fisheries organisations;
- fisheries access agreements;
- GATT/WTO and international fisheries law;
- the compliance and enforcement framework; and
- emerging issues in international fisheries law.
Venue: University of Wollongong, Wollongong NSW. Full details will be sent to registrants.
Fees: The fee for each course is A$2,750.00 (including GST).
Accommodation: Accommodation may be available on campus if sufficient prior notice is provided. Alternatively, accommodation is available at nearby hotels or motels.
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15 - 19 August 2016