Note: The list of resources below was supplied by Nelson Mandela University. The publications are simply listed with the emphasis on the title to pull you in! With the exception of one or two, they are not in the correct reference style. To learn how to properly reference these and other publications, go to the Reference Style Guide page, or ask your tutor.
FishFORCE (Fisheries Law Enforcement). 2017. Fisheries compliance strategy. Nelson Mandela University. (4 MB!)
Must reads: easy | inspirational
- Stop Illegal Fishing. FISH-i Africa: Our Future
- GAPfish. Global Action Programme against forced labour and trafficking at sea.
- TRAFFIC. Empty shells: An assessment of abalone poaching and trade from southern Africa. (8 MB!)
Newspaper articles (Mobile friendly)
Articles and academic papers (PDF)
“The more you read academic documents, the more you will learn about academic writing – how to structure logical arguments, present evidence, and persuade readers to your point of view.” CENLED (2020: 13 )
- A customary right to fish when fish are sparse: Managing conflicting claims between customary rights and environmental rights.
- Aantekening: Kan munisipale wetstoepassingsbeamptes goedsmoeds op die publiek losgelaat word? (English abstract)
- Below the surface: How illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing threatens our security
- Catching maritime criminals: A whole of-government-approach.
- The link between marine living resources & organised crime: You will be surprised!
- Transnational activities of Chinese crime organizations
- NPA statement: Perlemoen poachers face heavy sentences