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‘Good science’: Using sex-disaggregated data in small-scale fisheries research and policy
Globally, relatively few data are available about women’s role in small-scale fisheries, despite their active participation as fishers, processors, traders and marketers. This calls for greater efforts by researchers, ...
Illuminating Hidden Harvest news update - edition #2 Oct 2019
The second news update for the Illuminating Hidden Harvests (IHH) study covers the progress of research activities, the latest news and upcoming events.
Global study on small-scale fisheries to provide vital knowledge, recognizes UN report
The Illuminating Hidden Harvests study will provide critical knowledge and information on small-scale fisheries globally, informing the way forward for sustainable development of the sector. This vital contribution was ...
Illuminating Hidden Harvest news update - edition #1 April 2019
The IHH newsletter provides an update on progress to date, latest news and upcoming events.
Untold stories: Female fishers, processes and business owners share their stories
Globally, women and girls play a vital role in ensuring the sustainability of rural households and communities, improving rural livelihoods and overall wellbeing. Here we shine a light on several women who work as fishers, ...
Respecting the other: Leading practitioner calls for greater research collaboration at MARE conference
A WorldFish honorary fellow has called for scientists and policymakers from around the world to listen and respect each other’s values more to better serve the fisher people of the world. This is critical to strengthening ...
Raising a unified voice: Supporting African small-scale fishers and fish workers to be heard
Forty representatives of fisheries and regional organizations from across Africa have called for the strengthening of existing small-scale fisheries bodies and the creation of a new pan-African platform. These actions are ...
How scientific evidence can build cross-sector bridges for a better blue economy: Five questions with Dr. Gareth Johnstone, WorldFish DG
The oceans’ resources are critical to life on earth, ranging from providing fish to enabling sea transport, and from mitigating climate change to tourism. These economic sectors and related policies together determine ...
Putting fish ‘back on the plate’ of nutrition debate
Research published recently in Nature showed that, in many developing countries, local fish species are rich in the same micronutrients that are missing from local diets. We spoke with WorldFish Honorary Fellow Eddie ...