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All State Measures

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This chapter focuses on aspects of "All State Measures". The measures analysed by way of examples includes the ratification and implementation of international instruments, adoption of national plans of actions and legislation to combat IUU fishing, control of nationals, and elimination of economic incentives. IPOA-IUU encourages all States to ratify, accedes to, accepts, and implements international fisheries instruments such as the FAO Compliance Agreement, UN Fish Stocks Agreement, and the FAO Code of Conduct and its associated International Plans of Action. There are two principal ways by which States can implement the IPOA-IUU: first is the adoption of measures in national legislation; and second is the development and implementation of national plans of action (NPOA-IUU). Accordingly, the IPOA-IUU identifies State control over their nationals as one of the primary measures to be addressed by "All States" to combat IUU fishing.

Keywords: all State measures; combat IUU fishing; international instruments; national legislation; national plan of action

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