The Fishing Shipowners Co-operative of the Port of Vigo is organizing the ninth edition of the “ARVI International Conference on the Future of Fisheries”, which will take place on July 6th and 7th, 2022, during the afternoon and morning, respectively, in ARVI´s headquarters, located in the Fishing Port of Vigo (Spain), “Ramiro Gordejuela” building.
In its ninth edition, the International Conference will focus on “The new CFP and EMFAF”. In the afternoon of the first day, the participants will analyse the needs for a renewal of the Common Fisheries Policy. The following day, in the morning, the characteristics of the European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund will be addressed, as well as its development in the domestic and regional levels.
As a novelty in this edition, after the closing of the IX International Conference, the “Vigo SeaFest – Festival ARVI do Peixe 2022” will be inaugurated, followed by a tour of this fair with the speakers and conference attendees.
Silvia Cortiñas Fernández
Graduated in Economics and Business Studies in the Business section, specializing in Financing, from the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), she also holds the degree of management of the Xunta de Galicia. She is currently Technical Secretary General of the Consellería do Mar, Xunta de Galicia.
Edelmiro Ulloa Alonso
Mr. Edelmiro Ulloa Alonso is a veterinarian from the Complutense University of Madrid, specializing in Bromatology, and since 1988 he has been working at ARVI, where he has been deputy manager since 2016. With extensive experience in national and European fisheries policy and international, it participates, among many others, in the meetings of regional fisheries organizations, such as NAFO, IOTC, NEAFC and ICCAT. He is currently managing director of ARVI.
F. Javier Touza Touza
Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid, specialized in Bromatology, in 1988 he began his work at ARVI, being appointed Deputy Manager in 2016. Since 2021 he is Managing Director of ARVI In 2021.