Save the date for an International scientific conference on SWIMWAYs: Understanding connectivity within the life cycles of coastal fish to be held between 24 and 26 September 2019 in Hamburg, Germany. The conference is organized by the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation´s SWIMWAY Working Group, supported by the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat. Scientists, managers, policy makers, NGOs and other stakeholders concerned with fish in coastal areas are invited to contribute. Read more Presentations are invited on: • scientific research on all aspects of fish population dynamics in coastal areas, connectivity in the life cycle of fish and identifying bottlenecks; • case studies on successful or failed attempts to define, implement and refine quality targets to protect marine and estuarine fish in coastal marine environments; • analyses of current national and international policies and regulations and how these are potentially relevant to achieving the Trilateral Fish Targets; • management strategy evaluations and how current management measures improve fish populations; • collaborative projects with stakeholders, citizen science and cultural heritage. Enclosed is further background information on the SWIMWAY concept and conference.