Traps and Triumphs in developing Trace Technology
SAFET 2020/2021 Session #4 was held online Feb. 18, 2021
- Session #4 Resources -
Panel 1: The Traps and Triumphs of Interoperable Data Sharing Between the Indonesian Government and Private Sector Traceability Systems in Indonesia (moderated by Farid Maruf)
Director General Artati Widiarti, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, & Janti Djuari, Chairwoman AP2HI
Panel 2: The Traps and Triumphs of Interoperable Data Sharing in Thailand (moderated by Farid Maruf)
Bradley Soule, Director of Intelligence and Co-Founder, OceanMind | Dr. Kanit Naksun, Thai Department of Fisheries
- Session #4 Speakers & Breakout Hosts -
Sara oversees a team implementing traceability and counter-IUU fishing projects with NGO and seafood industry collaborators from all parts of the supply chain and is leading the development of the Comprehensive Traceability Principles & Pathway. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and two masters degrees in environmental studies from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and the University of California, Santa Cruz respectively.
Artati Widiarti, Director General of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF), oversees the Directorate of General Product Competitiveness. She is the first female career official to reach the level of Director General, reporting directly to the Minister of MMAF. She holds a bachelor's degree from Bogor Agricultural University and a master's from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.
One of the founders of the Indonesian Pole & Line and Handline Fisheries Association (AP2HI), Ms. Djuari has more than 25 years experience supporting commercial fisheries production throughout Indonesia. She has encouraged sustainable fishing practices under the vision of "Pioneering Tuna Fisheries Development through an Ecosystem Approach for Business and Society”.
Bradley Soule has spent most of his life either on the sea or thinking about the sea. With a background in fisheries law enforcement in the US and European Union, Bradley and the OceanMind team provide cutting edge technologies and analyst support for fisheries compliance to countries around the world to increase the effectiveness of enforcement operations and to ensure that supply chains are free of illegally caught fish. They're work is expanding to also include protection of workers on board fishing vessels.
Dr. Kanit is the Director of the Royal Thai Quarantine and Inspection Division, Department of Fisheries. He holds his doctorate from the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development at the University of Guelph.
This session will explore the topic of data access and visibility between public and private sectors.
Data Access and Visibility
Developing Effective "Carrots" for Producer Participation in Transparency Projects
What's the Return on Investment (ROI) for fishers and fish farmers to collect traceability information?