Resources providing guidance that cover the lifespan of a FIP
Information for FIPs improving toward MSC certification, including pre-assessment and action plan tools; tracking tools; and information about finding a consultant and MSC’s capacity-building training program. (View)
At the link above, you will find a collection of resources to support FIPs in taking steps to address human and labor rights risks and other social responsibility challenges. To learn more about the FisheryProgress approach to social responsibility, click here.
ISSF offers many resources to support global tuna FIPs. ISSF also has developed a FIP Resources Finder, an online tool for fisheries that matches more than 200 ISSF reports, guidebooks, and other resources to Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Principles and Performance Indicators (PIs). (View)
This was compiled by FisheryProgress to serve as a resource for FIP implementers who are looking for consultants or organizations who provide technical FIP services, or for more general FIP capacity building opportunities. Please note FisheryProgress does not endorse any of these consultants, and this list is not regularly reviewed or updated. (View)
The FIP Database, initiated by Sustainable Fisheries Partnership and run by the University of Washington, is an online spreadsheet/database tool which provides researchers with the ability to identity trends in FIP data and to evaluate which factors lead to success or failure in FIPs. (View)
The AIP Directory is a dedicated online platform for information about aquaculture improvement projects (AIPs) around the world. It allows users to explore active AIPs, list projects, and find useful resource on AIP implementation. (View)