Article: Indigenous Fishing Rights

Article: Indigenous Fishing Rights

by | 23 Aug 2016

The rights of indigenous peoples living in coastal States to engage in their traditional fishing practices is an ongoing issue around the world. The central question lies in whether or not indigenous people are entitled to a preferred position, excluding or limiting the application of domestic or international laws to their fishing practices. You can read more of Katherine’s article for ‘The Fish Site’ here.

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