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    • Capturing the value of fisheries using photovoice 

      Gomese, C.; Chillion, P.; Stephen, S. (2020)
      Type: Newsletter
      Men and women contribute to fisheries in many ways. However, women’s contribution to coastal fisheries is often not counted and is less recognised in the Pacific. Furthermore, most data collected in the Pacific on fisheries ...
    • COVID-19 and Pacific food system resilience: opportunities to build a robust response 

      Farrell, P.; Thow, A.M.; Wate, J.; Nonga, N.; Vatucawaqa, P.; Brewer, T.; Sharp, M.; Farmery, A.; Reeve, E.; Trevena, H.; Eriksson, H.; Gonzalez, I.; Mulcahy, G.; Eurich, J.J.; Andrew, N.L.; Hampus Eriksson: 0000-0003-1199-6889 (2020)
      Type: Concept Note
      The unfolding COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of the Pacific food system to externalities and has had farreaching impacts, despite the small number of COVID-19 cases recorded thus far. Measures adopted to ...
    • Gender equality is diluted in commitments made to small-scale fisheries 

      Lawless, S.; Cohen, P.J.; Srivastava, S.; Kleiber, D.L.; Morrison, T.; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2021)
      Type: Journal Article
      Gender equality is a mainstream principle of good environmental governance and sustainable development. Progress toward gender equality in the fisheries sector is critical for effective and equitable development outcomes ...
    • Gender norms and relations: implications for agency in coastal livelihoods 

      Lawless, S.; Cohen, P.J.; McDougall, C.; Orirana, G.; Siota, F.; Doyle, K.; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813 (2019)
      Type: Journal Article
      Improving livelihoods and livelihood opportunities is a popular thrust of development investments. Gender and other forms of social differentiation influence individual agency to access, participate in, and benefit from ...