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nafso: towards a fisher people's movement skip to main | skip to sidebar home home nafso network negombo kurunegala polonnaruwa ampara jaffna baticaloa galle negombo lagoon puthlam karuwalagw mannar trincomalee kaluthara mathara about nafso constitution members history achivements partners local partners int.partners meetings agm steering committee our programs policy advocacy youth and envt. idp gender sensitivity acdn ppd campaigns land rights ig-ssf sea plane struggle eez issue food sovereignty 2012 food sovereignty 2016 indian trawling issue media room photo gallery video gallery audio gallery publications convener's diary nafso today contact contact us maps twitter face book latest post 5:34:00 pm panama people seeking justice in colombo written by nafso on wednesday, june 14, 2017 | 5:34:00 pm after 853 day to the cabinet decission on releasing of lands grabbed by the previous govenment, panama people who are in a fight for their land ownership came to colombo with a petition with signatures of 30,000 people and submitted to the president's office today. about 100 people start their walk towards presidential secretariat office at 10.30 a.m. and within few minutes police stopped the people on the way and tried to bring 5 representatives to the presidential sec. as the people oppose the proposal and sat on the road. the police barricade was removed after accepting the proposed 15 representative participation to the meeting in ps. during the discussion with the officer in presidents office, the officer involved has promised to look into the issue deeply and let the people know the results and also keep them updated with the process. more photos 10:17:00 am wff and wffp statement on the sdgs and the un’s ocean conference written by nafso on tuesday, june 06, 2017 | 10:17:00 am 4 june 2017 we call upon the un member-states to work with the small-scale fisher peoples movements towards the implementation of the international guidelines on securing sustainable small-scale fisheries (ssf guidelines). at its 32nd session in july 2016, the committee on fisheries (cofi) of the fao unanimously adopted the global strategic framework (gsf) to facilitate the implementation of the ssf guidelines. the gsf aims at facilitating interaction between governments and civil society to support the implementation of the ssf guidelines at all levels. we remain committed towards working with fao on the further development of the gsf in order to advance the key principles of the ssf guidelines, with emphasis on the human rights based approach to small-scale fisheries. goal 14 of the sdgs is formulated as: ‘conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development’. a key question in that regard relates to what ‘conserve and sustainable use’ means – with a whole series of following questions including: who should have what rights? to which natural resources? for how long? for what purpose(s)? and, crucially, who gets to decide? one of the targets for sdg14 is the expansion of marine protected areas (mpas). this is despite the controversial nature of marine and coastal conservation approaches, which recently have been characterized as an increasingly “protectionist, authoritarian and violently repressive practice of conservation”. read full statement 2:36:00 pm 100 days to the protest of missing person's relatives in kilinochchi written by nafso on wednesday, may 31, 2017 | 2:36:00 pm relatives of missing persons in war-affected areas of sri lanka started a protest demonstration in february 2017 demanding information on disappeared loved ones. for the last 100 days, they stayed in a temporary hut in front of kandasami temple beside the a9 road kilinochchi. demonstration continued and on 30th of may 2017 compleated the 100th day and families call for large-scale protest to mark the 100 days of waiting in a hut demanding information on forcibly disappeared persons and persons taken into custody. hundreds of family members including elderly parents, spouses, siblings and children gathered to the place and demonstration carried out at the same place for several hours. later people block the a9 road whether police have been taken a court order to prevent protest in the road. at the later stage, aga and ga visited the protesters and conducted a convey the government's willingness to conduct a discussion with the people. instead, people requested decision over the information they are requesting for years now. finally, aga submitted another written promise to the people stating that a committee to establish to find out what happened to those missing people and a date will be announced for another discussion with president within two weeks time. at about 4 p.m. people got out from the road and let the police to reopen the road for vehicle movements. 12:46:00 pm indo - sl fisheries conflict written by nafso on wednesday, may 17, 2017 | 12:46:00 pm indo-sl fishery conflict: an impediment to sustainable development, traditional and human security daily mirror (sri lanka) 21 nov 2016 by bernard goonetilleke and admiral dr.jayanath colombage india and sri lanka are two neighbouring indian ocean states. a shallow and narrow strip of sea called the palk bay and gulf of mannar separates the two countries. there is a clearly demarcated, mutually agreed upon and legally binding international maritime boundary line (imbl) separating the territorial waters of the two countries. there are binding commonalities in the form of linguistic, cultural, religious and vocational between tamil nadu and the northern province of sri lanka. until the signing of the imbl agreements in 1974 and 1976, fishermen from coastal districts of both countries used this sea, mainly for traditional fishing. there was a harmonious coexistence between these communities for a long time. however, tamil nadu fishermen changed their fishing methods in late 1970s and upgraded to steel-hulled fishing vessels and engaged in bottom trawling in order to boost production. continuous bottom trawling in the indian side of the imbl resulted in depleting fish stocks therein. gradually, these trawlers began to cross over to the sri lankan side of the imbl. the newly introduced indian trawlers were much bigger and more powerful than the traditional craft, as they had to trawl and recover nets heavy with the catch. the fishermen of northern sri lanka found it extremely difficult to venture into the sea during the days when indian trawlers were poaching, as they feared damage to their boats and fishing gear, as well as safety for their lives. fish do not respect boundaries but humans should! during the time of the conflict, sri lankan government was compelled to restrict fishing by local fishermen in the north and east due to security concerns. however, the indian trawlers continued to bottom trawl in sri lankan waters regardless, at times coming two to three nautical miles off the sri lankan coast. this situation was effectively exploited by the liberation tigers of tamil eelam (ltte), who used indian trawlers to ferry their cadres, fuel, explosives, etc., mainly from the southern indian coast to northern, north-western and northeastern coasts of sri lanka. however, the number of indian trawlers operating in sri lankan waters was relatively less during this period, as they feared misidentification as the ltte agents by the sri lanka navy. with the end of the conflict in sri lanka and the gradual resettlement of displaced personnel, local fishermen wished to recommence their livelihood activities and what they encountered was a large hostile tamil nadu trawler fleet plundering their resources. with the fishery conflict gaining a new significance and both governments continuing discussions at various levels to find an amicable long lasting solution, however, to date, there has been no solution or even a common agreement of the issues affecting fishermen from both countries. legal implications and iuu fishing according to the united nations food and agriculture organisation (fao), international plan of action to prevent, deter and eliminate illegal, unreported and unregulated (iuu) fishing (fao, 2001): illegal fishing refers to activities: conducted by national or foreign vessels in waters under the jurisdiction of a state, without the permission of that state or in contravention of its laws and regulations; unreported fishing refers to fishing activities: which have not been reported or have been misreported, to the relevant national authority, in contravention of national laws and regulations; or unregulated fishing refers to fishing activities: in areas or for fish stocks in relation to which there are no applicable conservation or management measures and where such fishing activities are conducted in a manner inconsistent with state responsibilities for the conservation of living marine resources under international law. from the above definition, it can be seen that indian fishermen engage in iuu fishing in every aspect and they are clearly violating the united nations convention on the law of the sea (unclos), which permits only the right to innocent passage in another state’s territorial waters. according to gunasekera (2016), “article 19.2(i) of the unclos makes proviso for any ‘fishing activities’ by foreign vessels to be regarded as an act of prejudice towards peace, good order or security of the coastal state, thereby confirming that such passage is not innocent.” further, tamil nadu fishermen do not declare the catch and location and carry out their activities in contravention of state responsibility to conservation of living marine resources by engaging in destructive bottom trawling. the united nations development summit in september 2015 adopted un resolution70/1, ‘transforming our world: the 2030 agenda for sustainable development’. the basis for this resolution was the understanding that the global resources in the oceans should be carefully managed for a sustainable future, as the oceans are key in making the earth habitable for humankind. the main objective of goal 14 of this agenda, ‘life below water’ is to “conserve and sustainably use oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development” (un, 2015). the spirit of this resolution is clearly applicable to the indo-sri lanka fishery conflict. the un has set a target year as 2020 to end iuu fishing. the un resolution also talks about conservation and sustainable use of oceans as per international law as reflected in unclos and encouraging sustainable artisan fishing. india and sri lanka being member states of the un and committed to sustainable development should abide by this resolution. sovereignty of kachchativu island the two governments concluded two imbl agreements with a view to maintaining cordial relations. they could be termed as landmark agreements, which came into force even before the unclos. tamil nadu maintains that the island of kachchativu was ‘ceded’ to sri lanka by the 1974 agreement without the consent of the state, for which it has sought legal remedy. however, the central government maintains that these two agreements are binding. as per gunasekera (2016), “by virtue of the agreement entered between the two countries in 1974, regarding the boundary in historic waters between the two countries and related issues, the delimitation process has taken place on grounds of fairness and equity more than the application of the principle of ‘equidistance’ though the final outcome justified the latter.” hence, sovereignty and exclusive jurisdiction of kachchativu clearly falls under sri lanka. based on historical facts, the government of sri lanka has maintained that the island was administered by then ceylon and has been under its jurisdiction even during the time of the portuguese and later the british. there is evidence to suggest that surveyor of the government of india treated the island as part of then ceylon, as far back as 1876 (foreign affairs ministry, srilanka,2008). tamil nadu has consistently maintained that the main issue for this conflict is the ceding of this uninhabited island to sri lanka. however, the fact of the matter is that kachchativu was never ‘ceded’ by india. instead, india recognized that the island belonged to sri lanka. the island of kachchativu is closer to the landmass of sri lanka by one nautical mile than that of india. tamil nadu politicians also accuse that sri lankan navy and coast guard harass the tamil nadu fishermen, who accidently drift across the imbl closer to kachchativu. however, the indian coast guard, filing an affidavit in chennai high court, stated that the indian fishermen are crossing imbl into sri lankan waters for better fish catch as fishery resources are depleted in indian side of the imbl, they use banned methods of fishing and sri lanka navy does not cross the imbl to the indian side (indian coast guard, 2015). no further argument is necessary, as this statement has come from the most authoritative source in india, which is tasked with the responsibility to guard the imbl and indian territorial waters. this affidavit also nullifies the claim often made by indian fishermen that the sri lanka navy is harassing them, when they are fishing in the indian waters. whenever the sri lankan side detains fishermen and their boats engaged in poaching, tamil nadu political leaders blame new delhi for ceding kachchativu to sri lanka, as if that was the core of the dispute. is kachchativu island the real issue in this conflict? do fishermen from south india accidently drift across the imbl into sri lankan side? do they engage in illegal trawling only around kachchativu? the tamil nadu fishermen are experts in navigation and know their position well. besides, most of these trawlers are now fitted with global positioning systems (gps). however, it has to be highlighted that indian fishermen are not fishing only around the kachchativu island but come two to three nautical miles from the coastal city of pesali in mannar island, which is, in fact, 17.5 nautical miles from the imbl and south west of the delft island, which is about 11.5 nautical miles from the imbl (admiralty chart, 1987). these two locations are long distances away from the imbl and kachchativu and deep inside sri lankan territorial waters. therefore, it can be convincingly concluded that the issue of kachchativu is only a cover to justify destructive fishing being carried out by indian trawlers well within sri lankan territorial waters to sustain the multimillion-dollar prawn export industry. there are allegations of double standards adopted by the european union (eu) on this clear case of iuu fishing. although the eu has stated that it is ‘working to close the loopholes that allow illegal operators in the fisheries sector to profit from their activities’, it has not taken any action to ban export of illegally caught prawns to its member states by india. however, the eu was quick to ban fish exports from sri lanka over allegations of iuu fishing though the ban is now removed (wijedasa, 2015). of late, northern fishermen have begun to fault the sri lanka government for not taking the matter with the eu forcefully. fishermen’s livelihood issue quite often the state of tamil nadu argues that their ‘poor fishermen’ are suffering due to enforcement measures undertaken by the sri lankan government. however, it is noteworthy that almost all persons, who are engaged in bottom trawling, are contracted employees. it is alleged that the trawlers are actually owned by large-scale businessmen, who are often close to the political elite of the state. v. suryanarayan highlights this fact by saying “quick returns from prawns attracted many from nonfishing communities to invest in this profitable venture. as a result, numerous fishermen became dailywage labourers” (2016). a measure of this fact can also be seen from the increased number of trawlers in the three south indian districts of the palk bay (thanjavur, pudukkottai and rameshwaram), from 1568in 1986 to 3339 in 2000 (suryanarayan, 2016). all these trawlers engage in bottom trawling in sri lanka waters. prawns have become a multimilliondollar industry, mainly for exporting to the usa, japan and western europe. however, when the sri lankan authorities arrest a minute percentage of these trawlers for poaching in its territorial waters and subject offenders to judicial processes, there are huge protests in tamil nadu and letters are written to the central government demanding intervention. in order to maintain goodwill between the two neighbours, the government of sri lanka releases offenders and their boats are handed over to indian coast guard at the imbl at regular intervals. this procedure has become a routine occurrence and is not an effective deterrent at all as they return to engage in poaching no sooner they are released. enforcement measures such as burning or blowing up captured fishing vessels as being practiced by australia and indonesia, when they capture vessels engaged in iuu fishing in their territorial waters, are not implemented so as not to adversely affect bilateral relations with india. however, a step in the right direction is that due to severity of poaching, sri lanka has refused the demand made at the november negotiations in new delhi for release of hundreds of boats it has seized. traditional and human security implications during its heydays, the ltte employed indian fishing trawlers either seized or hired, to transport warfighting materials and their cadres, initially between the two coasts and at latter stages to carry out ship to shore transfers. such activity posed a serious security threat, as the ltte was able to engage in near-conventional battles using long range artillery and mortar pieces. the conflict ended in may 2009 with the defeat of the ltte. although there had not been a resurgence of the organisation, there were several attempts by certain segments of the tamil diaspora to revive hostilities in sri lanka. against such a backdrop, a large number of indian fishing trawlers coming very close to sri lankan coast on a regular basis could lead to serious security implications, should the ltte decide to revive its violent organisation. there are other implications such as further frequent smuggling of narcotic drugs into sri lanka from south india using indian trawlers to carry out this illegal trade. the northern sri lankan fishermen engage in most sustainable methods of fishing, employing traditional artisanal methods. they do not operate multi-day fishing vessels, unlike their southern counterparts. they use small boats and venture into the ocean for short periods, usually not more than 24 hours. however, large, steel-hulled indian trawlers practice bottom trawling, which is considered as one of the most destructive methods of fishing. bottom trawlers are called ‘hoovers of the ocean’ and “bulldozers mowing down fish and other benthic species” (suryanarayan, 2016). if this bulldozing of the sri lanka ocean is continued, soon there will be hardly any fish to catch. bottom trawling scrapes the sea bed, disturbs the marine environment, damages age-old corals, affect the growth of planktons and finally affect the reef fish, prawns and other types on benthic marine species, which could result in ‘habitat degradation’. the majority of northern coastal population of sri lanka depends on fishing or fishery-related industry. that is the only livelihood activity they have ever known. if that source of livelihood is destroyed, there will be huge economic, social and political consequences affecting human security. progress of high-level and fishermenlevel discussions traditionally, the indian side had made it a practice to demand that representatives of fishermen from the two countries should meet and discuss all issues relating to the dispute, to which sri lankan authorities seem to agree, despite the fact the issue required negotiation between the two governments and not between offenders and victims. however, this time around, representatives of sri lankan fishermen had been firm against the systematic exploitation of fisheries resources by their indian counterparts. during the most recent encounter in new delhi on november 2, 2016, after a gap of nearly one and half years, sri lankan fishermen refused to agree to the demand made by their tamil nadu counterparts to fish in sri lankan waters for 83 days in a year for three consecutive years as a grace period before they switch into deep sea fishing as an alternative way out in the indolanka poaching issue (sunday times, november 13, 2016). the sri lankan fishermen had been adamant that they would not agree to continuation of illegal poaching and bottom trawling in their waters and had insisted that tamil nadu fishermen should stop engaging in such activity forthwith. the sri lankan fishermen also demanded compensation for the losses incurred due to poaching and bottom trawling, prior to moving ahead of further talks (the hindu, 2016). further, they had pointed out that tamil nadu fishermen were engaged in iuu fishing and threatened to take the matter up in international forums to bring pressure against the illegal activities practiced by them for decades. the stand taken by the sri lankan fishermen, who are the victims of iuu fishing, is genuine as it is their livelihood at stake. it is the responsibility of the indian government to adopt measures to address the livelihood issue of its citizens and allocate adequate resources to help them in their transition from bottom trawling to deep-sea fishing. the aftermath of the inconclusive fishermen’s talks, the sri lankan foreign minister and aquatic resources development minister met with indian external affairs minister and agriculture and farmers’ welfare minister, to discuss possible measures to find solutions to the fishery conflict (lanka business online, 2016). this is the first time the two foreign ministers actively participated in fishery talks, which is a clear indication of the commitment of both governments to find a lasting solution. whilst the details of the discussions are not published, it is reported that they agreed to set up a joint working group (jwg) on fisheries to meet every three months and a meeting between the fisheries ministers every six months. the first ministerial meeting would be held on january 2, 2017 in colombo. among the several issues to be taken up by the jwg are for “expediting the transition towards ending the practice of bottom trawling at the earliest”, which patently lacks a time-bound commitment. other tasks of the jwg would be to work out modalities for standard operating procedures for handing over apprehended fishermen and ascertain possibilities of cooperation on joint patrolling (lanka business online, 2016). conclusion and way forward diplomatic initiatives, jwgs and fishermen to fishermen talks have not seen the desired results for the last several decades. there is no common understanding between the two sides, one driven by profits and greed and the other by poverty and desolateness. whilst sri lanka side maintains that poaching and bottom trawling by indian trawlers should not be permitted, the indian side is demanding for licensing, limiting number of trawlers and days, not harming their fishermen in sri lankan waters. the law enforcement authorities on both sides of the imbl are forced to restrain themselves due to political pressure wielded by tamil nadu business interests. the hostile attitude of tamil nadu towards sri lanka mainly rests around this dispute, which could result in adversely affecting the excellent bilateral relations between the two countries. the solution to the problem is not to permit tamil nadu business interests to profit from their illegal activities. unless a firm position is taken by sri lanka with regard to violation of its territorial waters, engaging in illegal bottom trawling, etc., by way of stepped up arrests and non-return of fishing vessels, etc., it is clear that poaching in the palk bay area and gulf of mannar would continue for some time, while the marine environment is systematically destroyed to a point of no return. however, the ongoing dispute should not result in physical harm to the tamil nadu fishermen, due to the failure of authorities concerned to address the dispute in a timely manner. both sides should accede that this is a livelihood issue affecting thousands of families on both sides of the divide. it has also to be recognized that taking care of livelihood issues of citizens is a responsibility of the respective governments, who should find solutions to issues affecting bilateral relations without resorting to prevarication. as suriyanarayanan points out, there are some positive measures being undertaken by the state of tamil nadu. there is a planned buy-back arrangement of trawlers, provide alternative livelihood for fishermen engaged in trawling and to construct tuna long liners. through incentives and persuasion, affected fishermen could be encouraged to switch over to deep-sea fishing in the indian eez and international waters or engage in other vocations. however, sincerity, effectiveness and timely implementation of these measures are yet to be ascertained (suryanarayan, 2016). sri lanka’s concern is whether the fragile marine ecosystem in the palk bay would survive until these measures are implemented effectively. there is a need for sri lanka to embark on scientific research on the subject area to ascertain the real damage caused by bottom trawling and the resultant impact on the fisheries in the palk bay, to gather sufficient data from primary and secondary sources, make an assessment of the cost of annual losses due to poaching and be ready to present a incontrovertible case to india. a research station in the island of kachchativu manned by the national aquatic resources research and development agency (nara) personnel could be entrusted with this task. a joint mechanism for investigation of alleged offences and joint patrolling by both countries merits consideration. if all efforts fail in finding an amicable solution, the government of sri lanka should be ready to refer the dispute to the appropriate international authorities on the strength of un resolution 70/1, goal 14: ‘to conserve and sustainably use oceans and marine resources for sustainable development’. (this is issued by the pathfinder foundation. readers’ comments via email to pm@pathfinderfoundation. org are welcome. bernard goonetilleke is chairman and admiral dr. jayanath colombage is director, centre for india-sri lanka initiatives of the pathfinder foundation) the solution to the problem is not to permit tamil nadu business interests to profit from their illegal activities bottom trawlers are called ‘hoovers of the ocean’ and ‘bulldozers mowing down fish and other benthic species.’ if this bulldozing of the sri lanka ocean is continued, soon there will be hardly any fish to catch 4:10:00 pm தேசிய மீனவ ஒத்துழைப்பு இயக்கத்தின் ஏற்பாட்டில் பெண்கள் அமைப்பு ஊர்வலம்.(படங்கள் இணைப்பு) written by nafso on tuesday, may 16, 2017 | 4:10:00 pm கிளிநொச்சியில் நேற்று செவ்வாய்க் கிழமை தேசிய மீனவ ஒத்துழைப்பு இயக்கத்தின் ஏற்பாட்டில் அரும்பு மாவட்ட பெண்கள் சம்மேளனத்தினர் கவனயீர்ப்பு ஊர்வலம் ஒன்றை மேற்கொண்டுள்ளனர் கிளிநொச்சி பூநகரி பிரதேச செயலக பிரிவுக்குட்பட்ட கிராஞ்சி, வலைப்பாடு, பள்ளிக்குடா, இரணைமாதாநகர் மற்றும் நாச்சிக்குடா கிராம பெண்கள் ஒன்றிணைந்து பெண்கள் மற்றும் கிராமங்கள் எதிர்கொள்ளும் பிரச்சினைகள் தேவைகள் தொடர்பில் மாவட்ட அரச அதிபருக்கு மகஜர் ஒன்றையும் கையளித்துள்ளனர். ஏனைய கிராமங்களில் உள்ளது போன்று தங்களது கிராமங்களின் அடிப்படை வசதிகள் மேற்கொள்ளப்படவேண்டும், எனக் தெரிவித்து கிளிநொச்சி பழைய கச்சேரிக்கு முன்பாக இருந்து ஊர்வலமாக புதிய கச்சேரியை சென்றடைந்து அரச அதிபருக்கான கோரிக்கைள் அடங்கிய மகஜரும் கையளிக்கப்பட்து மகஜரை மேலதிக மாவட்ட செயலாளர் பிருந்தாகரன் பெற்றுக்கொண்டார். more news on more on next post » contact us face book twitter maps nafso nafso convenersdiary women youth land acn idp ppd srivimukthi www.nafsojurney.blogspot.com games popular post the loss of lives of fishermen is a reflection of collapse of the system                                                                                                                             10 june 2013 ... 17 year old boy feeds ten membered family young boy has taken the burden of feeding ten membered family in 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