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After the European Commission had warned three countries - Curaçao, Ghana and Korea - that they were not doing enough to fight illegal fishing in November 2013, it will now grant each country an extra six months to improve the situation. The Commission will review their progress made at the end of this period.
The EU's General Affairs Council has adopted legislation to improve the planning of maritime activities. The new Maritime Spatial Planning Directive will help Member States develop and coordinate various activities taking place at sea so that they are as efficient and sustainable as possible.

Calls for proposals

Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

All calls for proposals launched by DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries are published on this web page. For other policy areas, please refer to the EU grants web pages .

Date of publication on this websiteReference and titleDeadline for submitting proposals

26/07/2013

MARE/2013/09

Preparatory Action "Guardians of the Sea"

CLOSED
14/12/2012

MARE/2012/25

Project on Maritime Spatial Planning in the Mediterranean Sea and/or the Black Sea

CLOSED
05/12/2012

MARE/2012/24

Tools for a common governance and sustainable fisheries management:
fostering collaborative research between scientists and stakeholders

CLOSED
03/08/2012 MARE/2012/17

Test project on cooperation in execution of various maritime functionalities at sub-regional or sea-basin level in the field of integrated maritime surveillance (cooperation project)

CLOSED
26/03/2012 MARE/2012/08

Project on Maritime Spatial Planning in the Atlantic, including Celtic Sea and
Bay of Biscay

CLOSED

Archive

List of beneficiaries

Grants awarded in the field of maritime affairs and fisheries

Financial Transparency System (FTS) 

2011 pdf - 21 KB [21 KB]

2010 pdf - 23 KB [23 KB]

2009 pdf - 24 KB [24 KB]