The First Workshop of the Sharks MOU Conservation Working Group (CWG1) will be held from
31 October 2016 to 1 November in Bristol, UK.
Funded CWG memebers will be accomodated at The Bristol Hotel, which is in walking distance from the venue. Breakfast is included!
Check in: Sunday 30 October
Check out: Tuesday 1 November (UK based) or Wednesday 2 Novemeber (for international travel)
Bristol BS1 4GF
Funded CWG members will have a dinner reservation on Sunday 30 October and Monday 31 October at the Bordeaux Quay - the brasserie.
Dinner on Tuesday 1 November is included in the reservation and will be served at the Hotel the Bristol, for international departures leaving on Wednesday 2 November.
Observers are also invited to join for dinner at their own costs and can choose meals from the regular restaurant menu. Please inform the Secretariat if you wish to join the dinner. .
Air: Bristol Airport is situated 45 min drive from the City Centre. Visit www.bristolairport.co.uk for further information.
Train: direct connection from London - Bristol Temple Meads. Visit www.thetrainline.com for further information.
Funded CWG memebrs will have all 3 meals included for the two days of the Workshop.
Coffee breaks and lunch will be provided at the venue for all CWG1 participants.
Funded CWG memebers will receive 20% DSA to cover personal expenses.
Please keep all original boarding passes and train tickets (including return tickets!) and hand them in to the Secretariat in Bristol, in order to receive DSA.
Working language of the Workshop:
The workshop and all documents will be in English.
The Shark Trust will be hosting the 20th Annual Scientific Conference of the European Elasmobranch Association (EEA) from the 28-30th October in Bristol.
More information abour Bristol:
|Outcomes of the First Workshop of the Conservation Working Group (CWG1)
|Provisional Annotated Agenda and Meeting Schedule
|Gap analysis of activities for the conservation of species listed in Annex 1 under relevant fisheries related bodies
|CMS/Sharks/CWG1/Doc.2.1/Summary and Work Table
|Gap analysis of activities for the conservation of species listed in Annex 1 under relevant fisheries related bodies - Summary and Work Table
|Review and gap analysis of shark and ray bycatch mitigation measures employed by fisheries management bodies
|Draft best practice mitigation guidelines for sharks and rays taken in purse-seine and long-line fisheries
|Draft best practice mitigation guidelines for sharks and rays taken in purse-seine and long-line fisheries - Summary Table
|Draft survey to collect biological data and to identify priority research and conservation needs
|Draft definition for the term 'bycatch'
|Provisional List of Participants
|A review of shark bycatch mitigation in tuna longline fisheries - WCPFC
|Summary: Development of a Rapid Management-Risk Assessment Method for Fish Species through its Application to Sharks
|Development of a Rapid Management-Risk Assessment Method for Fish Species through its Application to Sharks - Annex 4 Rapid M-Risk assessments
|Development of a Rapid Management-Risk Assessment Method for Fish Species through its Application to Sharks - Framework and Results
|Measures for shark and ray conservation and management adopted by Regional Fisheries Management Organizations
|Annex 3 of the Sharks MOU: Conservation Plan
|Programme of Work (2016-2018)
|Terms of Reference for the Conservation Working Group
|Report of the Indian Ocean Shark Year Program workshop (IO-ShYP01) - IOTC–2014–IO-ShYP01–R[E]