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What’s Shaking?
After working for many months in collaboration with our community, we are thrilled to announce the Comprehensive Traceability Principles will be launching on February 25th! Accompanying the six overarching principles will be a Pathway to the Principles, providing step by step guidance and resources for designing, managing, and improving electronic traceability programs. Register for the launch webinars today, and stay tuned for a special launch day announcement!
 

We are hiring! Apply for the Operations & Communications Project manager position today.
 
 
 
 
What’s New
on the Website?
 
In addition to these newly added Dive Deeper resources, WorldFish – Peskas has joined the Seascape Map, and SourceTrace has updated their previous Seascape entry.
 
 
Collaborative Business Strategies in Seafood: Accelerating the Pace of Innovation
 
Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Demand Reduction Guidebook
 
 
Where in the World?
Mark your calendars to join us for two exciting events! SALT will be presenting the 4th session of Seafood and Fisheries Emerging Technologies’ virtual conference, "Increasing the transparency of the supply chain." Register today for the panel on February 18th at 5:00 pm GMT-8.

Our Chief of Party, Jenny Barker is also representing SALT at the 8th Annual World Ocean Summit & ExpoSign up for the live Q&A where she addresses fisheries questions on March 1st at 4pm GMT and catch her panel on March 4th at 12:40 pm GMT.

FAO is also holding an interactive discussion of opportunities and challenges for fisheries and aquaculture value chain development in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific on February 18th. Learn more here. 
Did You Catch This?
Julie Kuchepatov & Seafood And Gender Equality (SAGE) are featured in SeafoodSource.
A recent NRDC blog discusses how to address forced labor in seafood supply chains.
An article from The World Economic forum looks at how to improve human rights at sea.
Seafood for Thought
 
On the maiden voyage of the Catch our Drift podcast, author of The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier, Ian Urbina shares stories of forced labor and survival at sea. 
 
Listen Now
 
Seas the Day!
ASK
AN EXPERT
 
 
Ask SALT and our community of experts any tricky traceability questions
 
 
Connect with your Community
 
 
The SALT LinkedIn group is a great place to discuss traceability challenges and opportunities.
 
 
Liven up the Library
 
 
If you have read an article, paper, or report you think the community could learn from, please send it to us!
 
 
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