Date:

Mei 31 - June 01, 2018

Location:

Padma Hotel, Kuta-Bali

Number of Registrants:

73 Registrant

Speakers:

17 Professional Speakers


Bali Tuna Conference
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Bali Tuna Conference
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Introduction

As the world’s largest tuna fishing nation, Indonesia’s capture fisheries are a mainstay of the nation’s economy. A number of its coastal tuna fisheries have practised artisanal fishing methods such as pole-and-line and handline techniques unchanged for generations, providing a vital source of income to Indonesian coastal fishers and supporting the livelihoods of coastal fishing communities.

For 2018, the Indonesian Government has identified five tuna fishery priorities: improvement of tuna data collection and vessel registration system; development of harvest strategy for tropical tuna in archipelagic waters; development of fish aggregating device (FAD) management plan and revision on FAD regulation; development of electronic system; and revision of regulation on fishing business in high seas by developing a ministerial regulation exclusively for tuna management. Delegates can therefore look forward to important topics including international market opportunities and access requirements, and social programs. There will be also updated new regulations, policies and performance that can contribute to helping safeguard the future of these fisheries and the communities that depend on them.

Back in 2016, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia hosted the 2nd Bali Tuna Conference back to back with the 6th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum. The purpose of combining those two events into a single special programme in 2016 was to bring industry, government and scientists even closer together to ensure the ecologically, socially and economically sustainable development of tuna fisheries.

In 2018, the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia in collaboration with International Pole & Line Foundation plan to organize the 3rd Bali Tuna Conference back to back with the 6th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum. This year Bali Tuna Conference will seek for recommendation in improving inclusive solution through synergy and transparency collaboration between government, industries and community for sustainable tuna fisheries in 2025. Whereas, International Coastal Tuna Business Forum is an annual event hosted by the Ministry, after one year of hiatus, 2018 is its 6th year. This year, the forum will be the crossroad for government, industry and international markets to discuss and highlight on the opportunity of Indonesia’s coastal tuna industry to be the global leader in supplying one-by-one tuna.

Considering the importance of the conference and forum as a concrete action to support global tuna fisheries sustainability in Indonesia, we are pleased to invite the global tuna fisheries community attention to attend these two events.

THEME

The 3rd Bali Tuna Conference will deliver the theme “Indonesia's tuna sector and international supply chains are benefiting from heightened levels of Government-Industry synergies”. Meanwhile, the 6th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum will have “Gobal leader in supplying one-by-one tuna” as its theme.

PARTICIPANTS

It is anticipated that the total number of participants of 3rd Bali Tuna Conference and the 6th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum will be at least 200 persons, encompassing Indonesia’s tuna industries, international buyers, government, tuna-RFMO representatives, fishery associations, fishery commissions, NGOs, world-renowned scientists and other relevant stakeholders..

 

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Event Schedule

Bali Tuna Conference

3rd Bali Tuna Conference

"Indonesia's tuna sector and international supply chains are benefiting from heightened levels of Government-Industry synergies"

08.00 - 09.00

Registration & collection of goodie bag

Bali Tuna Conference

09.00 - 09.30

Opening

• Introduction to the Conference: Director of Fisheries Resource Management, MMAF

• Welcome Speech: Directorate General of Capture Fisheries, MMAF

Bali Tuna Conference

09.30 - 09.45

Photo Session and Coffee Break

Bali Tuna Conference

09.45 - 12.00

Session - 1

• MMAF 5 main priorities for 2018 - Introducing 1st Draft 'Tuna Management Regulation', reviewing the different compliance requirments

• Discussion

• The opportunity of tuna fisheries contribution to achieve the Government of Indonesia's key goals of sovereignty, sustainability and prosperity - review of 'Tuna Fisheries Management Plan' milestones and achievements to date

• Discussion

• Development of the framework for implementation of harvest strategies for operational management of tuna fisheries in Indonesia, including interim objectives, potential management measures and data, monitoring and compliance requirements

• Launching of Harvest Strategy Framework for Yellowfin Tuna, Bigeye Tuna and Skipjack in FMA 713, 714 and 715

• Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

12.00 - 13.00

Lunch Break

Bali Tuna Conference

13.00 - 14.00

Session - 2

• WCPFC - Impovements with Indonesia meeting CCMs, what else is needed to fully comply.

• IOTC - review and highlight ther main priorities from the 13th CCM meeting in Bangkok. What does this mean for Indonesia

• Indonesia's 2016 tuna catch estimates overview and Indonesia's perspective of priorities to focus at RFMOs

• Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

14.00 - 15.00

Session - 3

• AP2HI - As the pole and line and handline tuna fishery moves towards MSC, what does this mean for the stakeholders and expected benefits

• How is Indonesia tuna industry comparing and competing with the rest of the world, what needs to happen to become more competitive

• APIKI - is the face of the canning industry changing and is Indonesian processors in the position to benefit

• Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

15.00 - 15.30

Coffee Break

Bali Tuna Conference

15.30 - 17.15

Open Discussion

• Comments from the floor and agreement on next steps

Bali Tuna Conference

17.15 - 17.30

Official closing on the conference

Bali Tuna Conference

18.00 - 22.00

Break Fasting and Gala Dinner

Bali Tuna Conference

6th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum

"Global leader in supplying one-by-one tuna"

08.00 - 09.00

Registration & collection of goodie bag

Bali Tuna Conference

09.00 - 10.00

Opening

• Welcome Remarks

• Welcome Remarks: Positive outlook of one-by-one tuna fisheries globally, how Indonesia has an opportunity to meet the growing market demand

• Welcome Remarks: Minister of MMAF

• Opening of the event with official gong by the Minister

• Signing on Agreement of Commitment by the market (IPNLF members) to sourcing certified product from Indonesia

Bali Tuna Conference

10.00 - 10.45

Coffee Break & official group photo

• Press conference - Susi Pudjiastuti, Director General of CF, Director General of Product Competitiveness, John Burton, AP2HI


Bali Tuna Conference

10.45 - 12.00

Session - 1

• Review of the major outcomes from the 3rd BTC - Introducing MMAF 5 main priorities for 2018 - 1st Draft 'Tuna Management Regulation', and the launch of harvest strategy framework

• Indonesia to be 'global leader in supplying one-by-one tuna' - Introducing STS-IPP, bringing greater transparency and validation to tuna supply chains

• Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

12.00 - 13.30

Lunch Break

Bali Tuna Conference

13.30 - 14.30

Session - 2

• Overview of current programs and activities in Indonesia - Road to MSC

• Indonesian Coastal Tuna Sustainability Alliance - Collectively working on solution to improve coastal tuna fisheries visibility and prosperity

• Inmarsat/UKSA - Designing and implementing innovative solutions for smart satelitte technology, aligning to Government priorities

• Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

14.30 - 15.30

Session - 3

• Interactive Session with the Market: What the market requires to drive tuna export from Indonesia? Market commitment to sourcing certified product from Indonesia

Bali Tuna Conference

15.30 - 16.00

Coffee Break

Bali Tuna Conference

16.00 - 17.15

Open discussion - tangible next steps

• Comments from the floor and agreement on next steps

Bali Tuna Conference

17.15 - 17.30

Official closing on the forum

Bali Tuna Conference

17.30 - 18.30

Cocktails and Canapes by the pool

6th INTERNATIONAL COASTAL TUNA BUSSINESS FORUM

Bali Tuna Conference

08:30 - 09:45

Session 1

Chair: Luky Adrianto, Dean of Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University

  • Opening Comment:
    • Introduction to the 3rd day (6th Focus)
    • Highlight the importance of this annual event and the growing global demand for sustainably sourced coastal tuna – IPNLF
  • Overview of the PL/HL tuna fishery, how does this compare to overall tuna catch, Wudianto (MMAF)
  • MMAF Recap of previous day/highlights and outcomes, Achmad Poernomo (MMAF)
  • Keynote Speech : Key Success of American Albacore Fishery Association (AAFA), Natalie Webster

Bali Tuna Conference

09:45 - 10:00

Coffe Break

Bali Tuna Conference

10:00 - 11:30

Session 2

Chair:
Saut P. Hutagalung (Minister's Senior Advisor, MMAF-Indonesia)

Speakers:

  • Campbell Davis (CSIRO), Progress of Harvest Strategy Development within Indonesia Archipelagic Waters (IFMA 713, 714, and 715).
  • Adrian Gutteridge(Marine Stewardships Council). MSC Certification - market update and recent developments in the certification standard.
  • Agus Budhiman (AP2HI). Overall program and meeting FIP requirements - highlight major milestones in the coming 12 months.
  • Andrew Harvey (IPNLF). Outline next steps required to meet MSC and critical milestones

  • Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

11:30 - 14:00

Luncheon (Friday Prayer*)

Bali Tuna Conference

14:00 - 15:30

Session 3

Chair:
Martin Purves, International Pole and Line Foundation/IPNLF

Speakers:

  • John Burton (IPNLF). Global market place update for pole-and-line and hand-line tuna demand and future predictions - Overview supply/demand (Indonesia’s opportunity).
  • Timothy Moore (USAID/Oceans). Especially new US import requirements on traceability and seafood fraud.
  • Aditya Surono (MDPI). Indonesian coastal tuna fisheries positioned to meet US requirements.
  • Ally Dingwall (Sainsbury). A retailer’s perspective on traceability/Chain of Custody requirements and social issues currently and in the near future.

  • Discussion

Bali Tuna Conference

15:30 - 16:00

Coffe Break

Bali Tuna Conference

16:00 - 17:00

Group Discussion

  • Break out 1: Indonesian national tuna action plan and requirements. (Chair: Abdul Ghofar and Co-Chair)
  • Break out 2: What is required by the industry and government to meet MSC requirements. (Chair: Martin Purves and Co-Chair)
Bali Tuna Conference

17:00

Wrap up and Closing of the Event

Organized

Hosted by:

Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan

in collaboration with:

International Pole and Line Foundation


Asosiasi Perikanan Pole & Line dan Handline Indonesia

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Conference Secretariat

Mumpuni Cyntia Pratiwi
at Sub Directorate of Fish Resources Management in IEEZ and High Seas, Directorate of Fish Resources Management, Directorate General of Capture Fisheries,
Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia

Tel.      : (+62)21-3453008
Fax.     : (+62)21-3453008
E-mail  : balitunaconference@kkp.go.id ; btc.ictbf.2018@gmail.com
Mobile  : (+62)813-1837-1273 (Mrs. Mumpuni)
                (+62)812-8806-6544 (Mrs. Putuh)

Online Registration : http://www.btc-ictbf-2018.kkp.go.id/

Venue

Padma Resort Legian, Bali, Indonesia

Jl. Padma No.1, Legian 80361 Bali, Indonesia

Phone. +62 (361) 752111

Fax. +62 (361) 752140

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