The latest issue of “Yemaya”, the gender and fisheries newsletter of the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers, has just been released, containing materials on global initiatives (Rio+20, FAO’s Committee on
Fisheries work and CEDAW), and special reports on gender dimensions of fisheries in Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Tanzania), and profiles of leaders from Indonesia and Brazil.
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- Rio+20 – Is this the Future We Want? Analysis, Online Resources and Yemaya Mama looks for sustainable development in Rio!
- Gambia: Building Capacity, Managing Change
- Profile: Never Say Die – Masnu’ah, women’s group leader in Indonesia
- Loss of Inheritance: consequences of changes in Lake Victoria fisheries, Tanzania
- CEDAW turns 30!
- Promoting Gender Equity – summaries of CSO proposals as part of FAO small-scale fisheries processes
- Brazil fisherwomen: Naina Pierri interviews Cleonice Silva Nascimento
- Review: “An Evaluation of the Roles of Women in Fishing Communities of Dakar, the La Petite Côte, and Sine Saloum,” Senegal