Programmes

Day 1 Monday, 4 August 2008
09:30 – 10:00 Reception and Registration
12:00 - 13:30 Presentation of the Latin American Regional Workshop on Artisanal Fishing in the Chilean National Congress, ValparaisoSra Zouila Bustamente C, President of CONAPACH
All Day Press Reception and Cocktail
Reception and Registration
Day 2 5 August 2008
PRESENTATIONS AND GENERAL OVERVIEW: RIGHTS, SUSTAINABILITY AND MANAGEMENT
08:00 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 – 09.30 Inauguration of the Latin American Regional Workshop on Artisanal and Welcome Senora Zoila Bustamante, President CONAPACH
Dr. Juan Carlos Cardenas, Director Centro Ecoceanos
Senor Ernesto Godelman, President CeDePesca
Senor Brian O' Riordan, Secretary ICSF Belgium Office
09:30 - 10:00 Evaluation of the Santa Clara workshop and progress with the regional project since March 2005 Sr. Brian O' Riordan, Secretary ICSF Belgium Office
Sr. Ernesto Godelman, President CeDePesca
10:00 - 11:00 Presentations: Current situation as regards artisanal fishing access rights in Latin Amercia Share information, experience and proposals of artisanal fishing organizations in the region on access rights to resources
CONAPACH, Chile
FIUPAP, Peru
FENACOPEC, Ecuador
11:00 -11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 -13:30 Coffee Break MONAPE.Brasil
ANPAC Colombia
FABACOPANE, Venezuela
Argentina APApo
Argentina Association Pescadores de Puerto Madryn
Argentina APAMPE
CONFEPESCA (América Central)
13:30 -15:00 Lunch Break
15:00 -15:45 FAO World Conference on Artisanal Fishing. Themes and Objectives Sr. Andrés Mena Millar, Consultant to the FAO Regional Office
15:45 -17:00 Discussion Panel:
Moderator: Ernesto Godleman, CeDePesca
What does a rights’ based approach to fisheries management mean in the Latin American context?
Issues to discuss: International legal Context (UNCLOS) and its application in Latin America;
A rights’ based approach to fisheries management: experiences from Latin America - ITQs, TURFs, MPAs, Management Areas, Artisanal Fishing Zones

Panel 1: International Framework
Prof. Leo Walter González, Universidad de Oriente, Venezuela (International/Regional Context of UNCLOS)
Juan Carlos Cardenas, Centro Ecoceanos, Chile (Situation in International Waters)
17:00 -17:15 Coffee Break Panel 2: Fisheries Management and Fishing Rights
Marco Oviedo, Planning Director, INGALA, Islas Galapagos, Ecuador (Experience in the Galapagos Marine Reserve)
Jorge Andreve, Fundación para Promoción de Conocimiento Indigena de Panamá (FPCI), Marine management in Panama’s Indigenous Areas
17:15 - 18:30 Discussion Panel: Continued
What does a rights based approach to fisheries management mean in the Latin American context?
Panel 3: TURFS/Marine Protected Areas/Management Areas
Profesor Wolfgang Stotz, Facultad de Ciencias del Mar, Departamento Biología Marina, Universidad Católica del Norte en Coquimbo. The Experience of Management Areas in Chile
Rodrigo Salles, Instituto Terramar, Brazil: MPAs and artisanal fisheries in Ceara, Brazil
Jaime Medina Flores, Presidente of the Federación de Cooperativas de pescadores artesanales de Quintana Roo, México Sustainability and Artisanal Fishing in the biosphere reserves of Sian Kaan and Banco Chinchorro
19:00 - 20:00 Tasting of local produce
20:00 - 21:00 Supper