The latest issue of Yemaya, the newsletter on gender and fisheries put out three times a year by the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers, is full of interesting and thought-provoking articles, several centered around International Women’s Day and continuing struggles for decent lives and rights around the world.
The whole issue or individual articles may be downloaded.
Table of Contents
- From the Editor
- Long Live Women’s Day by Nilanjana Biswas
- Equal Work, Unequal Pay by Eduardo Ramírez Vera (see also this post on women in Chile))
- Milestones: Women 2000 by Ramya Rajagopalan
- A Right to Fish, A Fight to Live (Sunderabans) by Urvashi Sarkar
- What’s New Webby: The Role of Women in Fisheries (FAO, Susana Siar) by Nilanjana Biswas
- Profile: Farmers without borders Annie Castaldo—Shellfish farmer at the Laguna of Thau, France by Katia Frangoudes
- A Life of Truth and Struggle (Tahira Shah, Pakistan) by Mustafa Gurgaze
- Family Fish Farming, Bolivia (see also this post)
- Yemaya Mama (cartoon for International Women’s Day)
- Yemaya Recommends: Document “42 Portraits of Women Working in the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sectors” (Femmes de Mer 42 Portraits. Un Livre De Michèle Villemur) by Brian O’Riordan