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Hearings, Under Rule 193 of the Rules of Procedure, a committee is permitted to organise a hearing with experts, where this is considered essential to its work on a particular subject. Hearings can also be held jointly by two or more committees. Most committees organise regular hearings, as they allow them to hear from experts and hold discussions on the key issues. On this page you will find all the available information relating to committee hearings, including programmes, posters and contributions from speakers.




The Oyster Industry in Europe: Challenges for producers

Poster and Programme

  • Programme
  • Poster



Fight against illegal fishing (IUU)

Poster and programme

  • Programme
  • Poster

Presentations by:

  • Prof. Henrik ÖSTERBLOM, (Stockholm University)
  • Prof. Alen SOLDO (Dept. of Marine Studies, University of Split)
  • Tatjana GERLING (Senior Manager with WWF)
  • Michel GOUJON (representative of Tuna Fisheries in RFMOs, France)
  • Guus PASTOOR (President of the Dutch Fish Federation, Netherlands)
  • Pascal SAVOURET, Director of EFCA (control and agency actions – deployment of control plans)
  • Héctor VILLA GONZALEZ, Deputy DG, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Upcoming broadcasts
Multimedia Library
Welcome words

This site contains a wealth of information about the work of the Committee on Fisheries, including agendas and other meeting documents, our monthly newsletter Trawler and details of the public hearings we hold.  Our home page also provides regular updates about significant events and developments involving the committee.
The focus of our work during the eighth parliamentary term will undoubtedly be the ongoing reform of the common fisheries policy, a process in which Parliament has played an important role over the past few months.  Fisheries policy has to reconcile the interests of a wide range of stakeholders, with a view to safeguarding the long-term viability of the marine environment and fish stocks, the livelihoods of fishermen and the future of fisheries-related industries and coastal communities. This new, ambitious policy brings with it many challenges, ones which the EU institutions are determined to meet.
We believe that keeping EU citizens properly informed about the policy-making process can only help us to make better decisions.  I am sure that this website will play its part by giving people a clearer insight into our day-to-day activities.
Alain Cadec
Chair of the Committee on Fisheries