GAF5 Themes

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 10th Indian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum

GAF5 – 5th Global Symposium on Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries

12 November 2014

Inauguration & Plenary Talks

Release of Asian Fisheries Science journal Special Issue of GAF4 papers

 13 November 2014

Plenary Talk: The journey of GAF, Dr. Meryl J Williams
Session: Experience sharing on gender inclusion in Aquaculture & Fisheries – themes

  Theme
  1.  
Women fishers and climate change, including natural disasters    
  1.  
Methods and approaches in gender planning and budgeting    
  1.  
Gender in sustainability management    
  1.  
Global innovations – local solutions towards sustainable livelihoods for women fishers; including promotion of entrepreneurship and business skills of women fishers in small scale fish value chains    
  1.  
Any other themes (to be announced; we also welcome studies on the role of men in helping achieve gender equality in fisheries and aquaculture)    

 

 Special Workshop on GAF 101 : Mainstreaming Gender into Aquaculture & Fisheries Education
  • Engendering fisheries research and extension work
  • Engendering the aquaculture and fisheries curricula in institutions of higher learning
  • Monitoring and evaluation of development programs and projects in aquaculture and fisheries
  • Quantitative analysis and modeling on the valuation of women’s work in aquaculture and fisheries systems
Special Panel by ICSF: The International Guidelines on Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries [SSF Guidelines]

  • Introduction to the main framework of the Guidelines
  • Opportunities and constraints of the SSF Guidelines to address social Inequality – predominantly from a feminist perspective

14 November 2014 :  Focus India

Plenary Talk : Dr. B. Meenakumari, DDG (Fy), ICAR
Session – GAF in India Contributions from researchers, fish workers and grassroots organizations in India
Special Workshop on NACA-MARKET Thematic Studies on gender in aquaculture in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam 

 15 November 2014

Film Shows: By Invitation

 

3 responses to “GAF5 Themes

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  3. Prof Dr Rashidah Shuib

    I need to contact Dr Meryl Williams. Her email address please. Thank you.
    Prof Dr Rashidah Shuib
    School of Medical Sciences,
    Universiti Sains Malaysia, Health Campus,
    16150 Kubang Kerian, Kelantan,
    Malaysia.

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