Going through the websites from NGOs reacting to the "roadmap" for further negotiations issued by the Chair of the WTO Negotiating Group on "Rules" on 19 December 2008 I found that only Oceana had issued a press release.
The author of the release, Courtney Sakay, stressed the importance of the WTO as fisheries subsidies’ negotiations as:
"one of the most important international efforts to stop global overfishing".
In a previous press release by Oceana (issued at the occasion of the 5th World Fisheries Congress in Yokohama in October 2008) the WTO Ms Sakai stated that:
"A key solution for addressing global overfishing is not found through traditional fisheries management, but through trade." and that "The science community has identified reducing subsidies as one of the most significant actions to combat global overfishing. The WTO negotiations provide the best opportunity to stop overfishing subsidies."
Here are the links to the aforementioned press releases by Oceana:
"WTO Members Urged to Fulfill their Commitment to Stop Overfishing Subsidies"
"Oceana Reveals Unlikely Source for Addressing Global Overfishing to World’s Leading Scientists and Academia"