Companies can engage with the Dialogue through one of the following options:
1.) GDST membership - Company must be engaged in the seafood supply chain.
2.) Dialogue Advisory Group (DAG)- Stakeholders other than seafood supply chain companies are invited to join the Dialogue Advisory Group (DAG).
After applications have been screened (which may take up to seven working days), participants will receive an email from a member of the GDST Secretariat following up regarding their application.
If you are a supply chain company waiting for your GDST membership application to be approved, but are ready to adopt the GDST 1.0 standards, you can do so here.
Registration FormAll fields are required
Permission to List Participants
The Global Dialogue website and other public materials may include lists of participants in the Dialogue.
Companies that sign the GDST 1.0 Adoption Statement are therby giving permission to be listed in public as having endorsed the GDST 1.0 standards. Participants in the DAG are granting permission to be listed unless you check the box below.
Note that granting permission to identify your organization as a DAG member does NOT provide permission for use of your logo, or for the public identification of any individuals in your organization. It only gives permission to include the name of your company or organization, your country of headquarters, and the type of entity you are on public lists of DAG participants.
NO - As a DAG member I do not grant permission for my organization to be listed on public lists of participants in the GDST Dialogue Advisory Group.
YES - As a DAG member I grant permission for my organization to be listed on public lists of participants in the the GDST Dialogue Advisory Group.