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Disproportionate burdens and tropical tunas front and centre

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3 december 2013

Agnes Yeeting's blog post on the10th regular session of the Western and Central Pacific Commissionheld in the Convention Centre in Cairns-Australia. PhD researcher Agnes Yeeting and Postdoc researcher Dr. Megan Bailey are attending the meeting as part of their research in relation to the BESTtuna programme.

Day 1 at WCPFC-10: The 10th regular meeting of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) is being held in the Convention Centre in Cairns-Australia. PhD researcher Agnes Yeeting and Postdoc researcher Dr. Megan Bailey are attending the meeting as part of their research in relation to the BESTTuna research programme. The meeting will last from 2nd December to 6th December, and began with an official welcome by the representatives of the indigenous people of Australia. Highlights of the opening of the Meeting included the welcoming of Indonesia as a Contracting Party and full member of the Commission.