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1 INTERACTIVE GOVERNANCE FOR FISHERIES FISHGOVNET

2 I. PROLOGUE

3 Thematic network FISHGOVFOOD Funded by EU Research/INCODEV (ICA4-CT ) Coordinated by Centre for Maritime Research (MARE) Now continued as FISHGOVNET

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5 MEMBERS Jan Kooiman (chair) Maarten Bavinck (coord) Maria-Luisa Acosta Ratana Chuenpagdee Serge Collet Robin Mahon Roger Pullin Juan-Luis Suarez de Vivero Michel Kulbicki Abbie Trinidad Chandrika Sharma Peter van der Heijden Andy Thorpe Stella Williams Joeli Veitayaki Jacques van Zyl Svein Jentoft Poul Degnbol Taib Diouf Mamadou Diallo Katia Frangoudes Jose Pascual

6 GOALS FISHGOVFOOD/FISHGOVNET Develop a holistic governance perspective Applicable to fisheries For academic and policymaking purposes With the aim to strengthen existing governance practices In South and North Makes use of academic work Jan Kooiman on interactive governance

7 SCOPE: Fisheries (capture & aquaculture; inland and marine) South and North Fish chain Assumption: governance is more than management; governors are more than government

8 OUTPUTS: Fish for Life – Interactive Governance for Fisheries (Amsterdam University Press, 2005) Fisheries Governance – A Guide to Better Practice (Eburon Publishers, 2005)

9 II. CHALLENGES & CONCERNS

10 FISH CHAIN

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17 Need for a governance system that better matches the nature of the system-to-be-governed

18 III. THE GOVERNANCE PERSPECTIVE

19 Theoretical tools: ‘Orders’ of governance –1 st order – problem-solving –2 nd order – institution-building –3 rd order – values and principles ‘Styles’ of governance

20 1st Order of governance: What managers generally do Problem-solving Opportunity-creation Basic principle: Effectiveness

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22 2nd Order of governance: Building governing institutions Basic principle: Legitimacy

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24 3 rd or meta-order of governance: Guiding governance with principles and values Basic principle: Moral responsibility

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30 IV. WAYS FORWARD

31 Strengthen governance by: Principles > softening hard choices Inclusion > adds value Adaptation > learning to cope !! Not new! Builds upon existing instruments

32 Highlighting Principles Procedural Basic Benefits of discussion and agreement: –Shift from management to governance –Provide structure to governance –Help negotiate hard choices –Facilitate genuine partnership

33 Inclusiveness & Partnership Benefits: –Increases knowledge –Better problem definition & implementation capacity –More legitimacy –Increased effectiveness. How to proceed: –Stakeholder analysis –Capacity building –Communication and partnership building

34 Learning systems Learning from experience Learning from surroundings Benefits: –Uncertainty/unpredictability of fish chain necessitates frequent feedback –Enhances flexibility –Profit from experiences of others –Increases effectiveness and efficiency

35 Interactive governance: presents a framework & a way forward is not a cookbook makes use of what is available and being done aims to strengthen existing governance.

36 THE END


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