FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Bonnes pratiques

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FLAG Projects per country - December 2018
FLAG Projects per country - December 2018 (click to expand in a new tab)
With the second generation of FLAGs now up and running, there is a growing number of project examples from the past and the present which can inspire other actions aimed at developing fisheries and aquaculture areas around Europe, be it through economic, environmental or social support and investment.
The project descriptions and short stories below give an insight into some of the local projects funded by the FLAGs, while the methods provide helpful examples of effective programme management, ranging from community outreach to FLAG self-assessment.

  • Cabaz do mar 1

    30/12/2016
    Portugal
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    Valeur ajoutée des produits de la pêche, Promotion, Circuits courts, Sous-produits de la pêche, Petite pêche côtière
    The “Cabaz do mar” or basket of the sea is a short chain marketing scheme set up by a partnership between TAIPA, a local development company, and an association of inhabitants and fishermen in Azenha do Mar.
  • Gdansk fish market 1

    30/12/2016
    Pologne
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    Valeur ajoutée des produits de la pêche, Circuits courts, Gastronomie, Tourisme, Patrimoine
    Three FLAGs from the Pomorskie region have helped create a new platform for fishermen to promote and sell their products by reviving the ancient tradition of the fish market, which had previously existed in Gdansk from 1343 until 1945. The market is open in August, at the height of the tourist season.
  • clldstory-cyprusfishertraining

    30/12/2016
    Chypre
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    Appui aux entreprises, Circuits courts, Diversification, Pesca-tourisme, Petite pêche côtière, Education et formation
    During a public consultation on the development of the Larnaca Famagusta FLAG strategy (2007/2014), local fishermen expressed a desire to acquire new knowledge and skills in areas that would help them to diversify their sources of income.
  • GPS012-goosebarnacle

    29/12/2016
    Portugal
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    Valeur ajoutée des produits de la pêche, Labels, Nouvelle technologie, Traçabilité, Ressources halieutiques, Petite pêche côtière
    The harvesting of goose barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes) is an important economic activity in the Berlengas archipelago, located north of Lisbon around the Peniche peninsula.
  • 10/12/2016
    Lettonie
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    Valeur ajoutée des produits de la pêche, Promotion
    An annual competition for the best projects supported by the Liepaja LAG-FLAG helps to involve the community, inspire new projects and monitor results.
  • 14/10/2016
    Espagne
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    Promotion, Gastronomie, Tourisme
    With local unemployment standing at over 34% and an isolated and struggling fishing sector, Cádiz Estrecho FLAG has invested in promoting its fishing heritage – and in particular its traditional “almadraba” tuna fishing activity, which dates back to Phoenicians times – as a unique selling point to attract quality tourism beyond the peak season.
  • 05/10/2016
    Allemagne
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    Promotion, Societé et culture, Migrants et réfugiés
    FISCHtival, the open air festival of concerts and food organized by the Tirschenreuth FLAG in the summer of 2015, had not expected to provide such a transformation to the local community. The initial idea behind the event was to promote the activities of the pond fishing association, which is responsible for the administration of the FLAG.
  • 16/09/2016
    Espagne
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    Valeur ajoutée des produits de la pêche, Labels, Promotion, Traçabilité, Petite pêche côtière
    Forte de l’appui de l'Axe 4 du FEP, une pêcherie de poulpe espagnole a été la première au monde à recevoir la certification MSC (Marine Stewardship Council), ouvrant ainsi de nouvelles possibilités de marché à la flotte locale.
  • 16/09/2016
    Chypre
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    Diversification, Gastronomie, Tourisme, Education et formation
    Le projet « Fishtaverns» vise à accroitre le niveau de qualité des restaurants de fruits de mer - produits et capacité d'accueil - notamment en augmentant l'utilisation des produits frais et en améliorant la communication.
  • PROMIS map DK

    24/08/2016
    Danemark
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    Nouvelle technologie, Gouvernance
    Pour aider les GAL et les FLAG dans la sélection des projets et rationaliser la prise de décision, l'autorité de gestion (AG) danoise a développé un système informatique qui couvre l'ensemble de la procédure, depuis le dépôt du dossier de candidature jusqu’au suivi et à l’évaluation, en passant par le processus de sélection, l'approbation et le rapport final.