Manleen Dugal

Consultant, Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency

Manleen Dugal is a Consultant at the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency and has also served as Technical Advisor, Permanent Representative of the Pacific Islands Forum to the WTO in Geneva.

Bridges news

21 December 2016
Que faut-il espérer des discussions de l’OMC sur la question des subventions à la pêche ? Et quelles en sont les implications pour les économies africaines ? Il est reconnu de longue date que les subventions à la pêche constituent un sujet crucial pour le commerce et le développement durable. Plus...
20 December 2016
What should we expect from the current discussions on fisheries subsidies at the WTO? And what are the potential implications for African economies? Fisheries subsidies have been long identified as a critical issue for trade and sustainable development and, more recently, a matter of significant...
4 November 2011
The problem of ‘too many boats chasing too few fish' The recent 2010 statistics by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) demonstrates that 88 percent of commercially valuable fish stocks are now either fully exploited, overexploited or depleted (1). ‘Overcapacity' and ‘overfishing' are...