For years, members of the Conservation Alliance community have been discussing and exploring approaches for improving both the environmental sustainability and social responsibility of seafood supply chains.
On May 12, FisheryProgress released its new Human Rights and Social Responsibility Policy<https://fisheryprogress.org/social-responsibility/our-approach>, which sets tiered requirements for FIPs reporting on the website to help FIPs improve their social performance and provide seafood buyers with information to make informed sourcing decisions. You can read more about the FisheryProgress policy here<https://fisheryprogress.org/social-responsibility/our-approach> and watch a recording of the launch webinar hosted by Diversified Communications here<https://divcom-events.webex.com/divcom-events/lsr.php?RCID=211a2efc9e88b6024e87b19d1230607c>.
Please join the Conservation Alliance and FisheryProgress for a candid discussion of opportunities and challenges related to the implementation of the policy. The webinar will include a panel discussion featuring representatives from Meijer, CeDePesca, and Conservation International hosted by Sarah Hogan from the Packard Foundation, and breakout discussions so attendees can talk more in depth about opportunities related to the policy.