Each November 21, World Fisheries Day, is a welcomed opportunity to reflect on the ever-increasing knowledge about fishing, fishers, coastal communities, and the status of the oceans and the fish stocks, as well as to recognize the contribution of fishing people who provide food, nutrition and income security to millions of people around the world.
Training workshopTransdisciplinarity in Fisheries & Ocean Sustainability Shizuoka, JapanMay 20-23, 2020 Why transdisciplinary approach? The transdisciplinary (TD) approach argues that the problems and priorities in fisheries, ocean and environmental governance require
“Building capacity for securing sustainable small-scale fisheries” TBTI special session for ‘World Fisheries Congress’11-15 October 2020, Adelaide, Australia Both the diverse values of small-scale fisheries and their multiple challenges highlight
GLOSS Event Nov 5 & 6, 2019 – Brest, France Come and Contribute to the Research Agenda in Social Sciences for the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable
Training-of-the-Trainers TransdisciplinaryTraining Program Why transdisciplinary approach? The transdisciplinary (TD) approach argues that the problems and priorities in fisheries, ocean and environmental governance require a broadening of perspectives that cut across
Transdisciplinary Fisheries Sciences for Blue Justice: The Need to Go Between, Across and Beyond Panel organizers: Milena Arias Schreiber, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Ratana Chuenpagdee, Department
The objective of the transdisciplinary (TD) training program is to expose participants to a range of issues, challenges and concerns related to fisheries and ocean sustainability, especially those affecting small-scale