||The Working Group on Fisheries-induced Evolution (WGEVO) met during 7–11 July 2014 at the Institute for Marine Resources and Ecosystem Studies in IJmuiden, the Netherlands. WGEVO strives to (i) assemble and review empirical evidence of fisher-ies-induced evolution and its consequences for the conservation of biodiversity and sustainable exploitation of marine species within an ecosystem context, (ii) apply and extend the framework for evolutionary impact assessments, and (iii) develop scien-tific and methodological tools to monitor and respond appropriately to risks to bio-diversity and sustainable exploitation posed by fisheries-induced evolution, with a particular emphasis on making these tools readily available for a broader range of scientists and managers. During this meeting, the working group’s efforts focused on advancing the estimation of fisheries-induced selection pressures (FISPs) for a range of 26 exploited fish stocks. To this end, the WGEVO-developed FISP computational algorithm has been improved and implemented in R, a corresponding user manual has been prepared, and parameters required for FISP computation have been esti-mated from survey data and market data. As a result, FISP estimates have been com-pleted for 14 stocks and are in progress for 12 additional stocks. A collaborative scientific article comprehensively reviewing and analysing these results is in prepara-tion.