Date: 
26 Feb 2021

A virtual presentation to discuss the opportunities of small-scale fisheries in progressing the Sustainable Development Agenda towards a fair, just and equitable food future for all.

Date: Friday, 26 February 2021

Time: 20:00 PM - 21:15 PM (UTC+8)

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This event, hosted by V2V Partnerships, invites audience from all over the virtual world to learn from WorldFish’s Research Program Leader, Small-scale Fisheries, Phillipa “Pip” Cohen about the current position of small-scale fisheries, and their associated research amidst a powerful tide of transformation affecting fisheries value chains, including the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change shocks.

During her presentation, Pip will present her evidence-based insights and perspectives on nutrition-sensitive governance, gender transformative approaches, and the foundation of collaborative governance, with the aim to stimulate discussions with the audience on the importance of  understanding and improving the resilience and equitable outcomes for fisheries communities especially in Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Speaker:

Phillipa Cohen, Research Program Leader, Small-scale Fisheries, WorldFish

For more information, check out the official website and follow V2V Partnership and the hashtag #smallscalefisheries on Twitter to join the virtual dialogue on Twitter.

We look forward to your active participation.

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