A virtual webinar providing a “first-look” at some key findings from the upcoming Illuminating Hidden Harvest (IHH) report.
Date: Tuesday, 23 November 2021
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Due out in 2022, the Illuminating Hidden Harvest (IHH) report ties together the efforts of nearly 800 authors and experts to contribute to a more complete picture of small-scale fisheries.
Drawing on a tapestry of methods, including 58 country and territory case studies, the report examines the current environmental, social, economic and governance contributions of marine and inland small-scale fisheries at global and local scales.
In this webinar, the IHH chapter leads shared a few key findings from the report and respond to audience members' questions during the Q&A session.
- Gareth Johnstone, Director General, WorldFish
- Toddi Steelman, Stanback Dean, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
- Giulia Gorelli, Illuminating Hidden Harvests Coordinator, FAO
- Maria del Mar Mancha Cisneros, Postdoctoral Associate, Duke University
Key findings (Presented by the IHH report leads on the environment, social and nutrition, gender, economic and governance dimensions)
- Nico Gutierrez, Senior Fishery Officer, FAO
- Simon Funge-Smith, Senior Fishery Officer, FAO
- Dave Mills, Research Lead, Resilient Coastal Fisheries, WorldFish
- Sarah Harper, University of British Columbia
- Danika Kleiber, Research Fellow, Small-scale Fisheries Resilience and Equity, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies & WorldFish
- Nicole Franz, Fisheries Policy Analyst, FAO
- John Virdin, Director, Ocean & Coastal Policy Program, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University
- Xavier Basurto, Associate Professor, Sustainability Science, Duke University
Question and answer session (Participants will be invited to submit questions to the webinar speakers. Facilitated by webinar moderators)
- Vera Agostini, Deputy Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, FAO
- Lena Westlund, Fisheries Consultant, FAO
- Manuel Barange, Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, FAO
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About the IHH initiative
Led by FAO, Duke University, and WorldFish, the IHH initiative aims to generate and disseminate new evidence about the importance of small-scale fisheries to inform policy and practice. A major output of the initiative is a comprehensive research report based on a new and novel methodology. Due out in 2022, the IHH report looks holistically at the environmental, social, economic and governance contributions of small-scale fisheries globally.
The IHH findings will contribute to the growing body of evidence on the role and values of small-scale fisheries. Critically, the initiative will help to put much needed data and information into the hands of countries, regions and small-scale fisheries advocates to emphasize the diverse and vital contributions of small-scale fisheries.