World Forum of Fish Harvesters & Fish Workers
The World Forum of Fish Harvesters & Fish Workers is an international non-governmental organisation that defend small-scale fishers and fish workers in various continents.
The SMART association (an acronym for SMall-scale ARTisanal) is the organisation that manages the Artysanal® label. It is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to promote responsible artisanal fishing products on the markets.
ThisFish© is a programme of the non-governmental organisation Ecotrust. ThisFish© is a computer tool intended to enable consumers to trace the history of their fish.
The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for Human Progress (FPH) is an independent foundation under Swiss law. Its priorities are to:
- support the emergence of a worldwide community, which has become essential due to globalisation
- contribute to the three major chances that humanity has to bring about in the 21st century: a revolution of governance to manage a new scale of inter-dependencies between people, between societies and between humanity and the biosphere
- striving to achieve a universal ethic of responsibility
- contributing a sustainable society
Established in the the USA in 2005, The Benefishery™ Organization is working to transform the purchase of fish into a direct investment in the health of wild fisheries, the fishing communities who depend on them, and the consumer community whose buying decisions make all the difference. Benefishery™ is catalyzing:
- Linkages between responsible fishing initiatives in North America and Europe
- Development of more eco-friendly and socially responsible business models
- Establishement of more rational seafood logistics schemes
- Strong transatlantic cooperation to build robust and sustaining markets