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Seminar: The Norwegian fisheries development assistance, Quo Vadis?

Venue: Ferry between Oslo and Copenhagen 7–9 April 2010

7 April

1200-1500: Session 1: The challenges of fisheries development assistance

1200 - 1210: Opening
1210 – 1230: Åsmund Bjordal: Setting the Scene: The Paradox in Fisheries Development Cooperation
1230 – 1300: Jørn Krog: Fisheries Management and the Development Policy Agenda

1400 – 1430: Thorvald Stoltenberg - When far away does not exist any longer - What we do then?
1500  – 1530: Torger Reve: Cluster development in the seafood industry: A strategy for economic development

1600-1900: Session 2: The Norwegian fisheries development assistance

1600 – 1630: Hashali Hamukuaya – How I see Norwegian development assistance from my present and past positions
1630 – 1700: Lidvard Grønnevet Norwegian development cooperation in fisheries; seen from a World Bank angle
1700 – 1730: Jeppe Kolding – What happened to the mutual research and education cooperation in Norwegian development assistance?
1800 – 1815: Rolf Engelsen - Is the Norwegian approach to aquaculture relevant in developing countries?
1815 – 1830: Tor Næsje - The importance of freshwater fisheries for the poor. How can Norway contribute to sustainable fisheries?
1830 – 1845: Bjørn Hersoug - The future of the Norwegian fisheries development assistance; some reflections and recommendations
1845 – 1900: Brit Fisknes and Rune Castberg - The evaluation of the Norwegian fisheries cooperation: how is this followed up?
1900 – 1910: Summing up Day 1

8 April

1030-1500: Session 3: The Nordic fisheries development assistance

1030 - 1050: Opening
1050 – 1120: Gabriella Bianchi - Strategy and priorities in the fishery sector within FAO
1120 – 1150: Lidvard Grønnevet - Nordic co-operation in fisheries development assistance
1300 – 1330: Lasse Vannebo - Institutional cooperation (twinning) - some major challenges
1330 – 1400: Tumi Tómasson - Capacity building in fisheries, an integral part of Icelandic development cooperation