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SOCIOEC

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SOCIOEC aims to develop management measures that will enable stakeholders to agree and comply with new and existing legislation


TITLE: Socio Economic effects of management measures of the future CFP
PROGRAMME: FP7, Cooperation, Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (KBBE)
INSTRUMENT: Combination of Collaborative projects and Coordination and Support Actions (CP-CSA)
TOTAL BUDGET: €3,830,000
EC CONTRIBUTION: €2,999,939
DURATION: March 2012 – February 2015
COORDINATOR: Johann Heinrich von Thünen – Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries, Germany
CONSORTIUM: 25 partners from 12 countries

The new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) will introduce reforms to the European fishing industry. It will implement a fisheries management system that will strive to bring the economic realities of the sector back in line with society’s long-term interest in healthy seas and thriving fish stocks. There is a need to translate EC requirements, consistent with the aims of the new CFP as well as the Marine Strategy Framework (MSFD) and other EU directives, so that they are understandable by the wider stakeholder community and engage their support.

SOCIOEC aims to perform a comprehensive analysis of the wide range of current and emerging management measures in the current CFP. It will develop possible new future measures to be introduced in order to achieve a more profitable and efficient fishing sector that provides sustainable employment, support society’s aims, and contributes to societal well-being.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Project Coordinator

Dr. Ralf Döring

Telephone: +49 40 38905 185

email: ralf.doering@vti.bund.de

 

Project Officer

Leyre Goti

Telephone: +49 40 38905 107

email: leyre.goti@vti.bund.de

Institute of Sea Fisheries

Fisheries Economics Unit
Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut
Hamburg
Germany

The SOCIOEC project factsheet is available to download HERE.

If you would like to know more about this project, visit the official SOCIOEC website: www.socioec.eu

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