20 January 2016
Cette animation illustre brièvement l'importance de la pêche dans l'approvisionnement en nourriture, la santé et la croissance dans les pays en développement. On y découvre comment l'Union européenne s'engage aux côtés de pays tiers pour promouvoir une gestion durable des ressources halieutiques et une approche inclusive des possibilités de commerce et de croissance.
21 September 2015
Short animated video about the importance of fisheries for food security, health and growth in developing countries, highlighting the commitment of the EU with 3rd countries to help promote sustainable management of seafood resources and inclusive opportunities for trade and growth.
19 May 2015
Join #FARMEDintheEU, the European campaign about aquaculture to promote fresh, local, healthy fish and shellfish from the farmers in the water (our video is also a tribute to the movie "Love actually").
16 April 2014
Ever wondered how the fish on your plate got there? Find out how and discover why the European Commission is committed to making fishing sustainable. You can play your role too - our choices to eat, buy or sell sustainable fish can affect every step of the fish's journey from sea to plate.
24 March 2014
For the last seven years, the Indian Ocean Commission has received financial support from the European Union, amounting to € 12 million for maritime surveillance and the fight against illegal fishing. This video shows how five countries have pooled their strengths and resources to conduct effective and responsive missions.
20 March 2014
It's a fact that lifejackets - when worn correctly - save fishermen's lives. In this short film, a fisherman from Northern Ireland tells us how he owes his life to the lifejacket he was wearing, supplied a month previously by a Joint Initiative co-funded by the European Fisheries Fund.
2 July 2012
A video that shows how Transferable Fishing Concessions work and what benefits they can bring, with examples from Denmark, Sweden, Spain and Estonia.
28 October 2011
Videos presenting projects managed by Fisheries Local Action Groups (FLAGs) using Axis 4 funds of the European Fisheries Fund