Illuminating Hidden Harvests: The conversation around a global and collaborative small-scale fisheries study highlights the under-recognition and under-reporting of women’s work
- Illuminating Hidden Harvests: The contribution of small-scale fisheries to sustainable development’ (IHH) is a collaborative study led by FAO, Duke University and WorldFish. The study, due out in 2021, consists of 58 country case studies drawing on existing secondary data, a survey of national fisheries administrations, thematic studies and global extrapolations. Gender is a cross-cutting theme in the study, which will provide one of the most comprehensive understandings of small-scale fisheries globally. Kate Bevitt (KB), WorldFish, spoke with the IHH gender co-lead Danika Kleiber (DK), formerly a research fellow with WorldFish and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, and now a social scientist with the NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, and IHH advisor Meryl Williams (MW), chair of the Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries Section of the Asian Fisheries Society, to learn more about the IHH gender work.
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