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Fisheries governance and food security: north and south in concert (FISCHGOVFOOD)

Responsable: Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero
Tipo de Proyecto/Ayuda: 5º Programa Marco de la U.E.
Referencia: ICA4-CT-2001-10038
Web: http://cordis.europa.eu/projects/rcn/60013_en.html
Fecha de Inicio: 01-08-2001
Fecha de Finalización: 01-08-2004

Empresa/Organismo financiador/es:

  • Commission of the European Communities (Research Directorate-General)

Socios:

  • Netherlands Institute for the Social Sciences (Maarten Bavinck)
  • University of the South Pacific (Joeli Veitayaki)
  • Manx Nature Conservation Trust (Roger Pullin)
  • Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (Michel Kulblcki)
  • Marine and Coastal Management (Carel Johan Augustyn)
  • University of Iceland (Gisli Palsson)
  • Carribean Research & Management of Biodiversity Foundation (Adolphe Debrot)
  • Institut Senegalais de Recherches Agricoles (Taib Diouf)
  • Consorzio Mediterraneo Societa Cooperativa a Responsabilita Limitata (Serge Collet)
  • Robin Mahon, Fisheries and Environmental Consulting (Robin Mahon)
  • Universita degli Studi di Trieste (Aurelia Tubaro)
  • African Studies Centre-Leiden (Jan Hoorweg)
  • Universidad de La Laguna (José Pascual)
  • Institute for Fisheries Management and Coastal Community Development (Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen)
  • Parc National du Banc D'Arguin (Jean Worms)
  • Seychelles Fishing Authority (Joel Nageon de Lestang)
  • National Board of Fisheries (Laura Piriz)
  • Oikos Environment Resources (Katia Frangoudes)
  • International Agricultural Centre (Petra Spliethoff)
  • International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (Sebastian Mathew)
  • University of Portsmouth (Arthur Nelland)
  • University of Tromsoe (Svein Jentoft)
  • Obafeni Awolowo University (Stella Williams)

Resumen del proyecto:

The aim of this thematic network is to produce a new approach to the governance of fisheries and food security in developing countries, based upon interactions between different scientific disciplines and between scholars and practitioners.

It assumes that dominant paradigms insufficiently address the current crisis in fisheries. The network explores:

1) principles of governance,

2) food security and the fish chain,

3) technological innovation and control,

4) institutional tradition and renewal, and

5) multiple-use conflicts. In the course of 3-year, the network aims to realise an academic and a policy handbook; disseminate results via a teaching seminar and an information network.

In phase 1 a conceptual framework is formulated, and culminates in a general seminar. Phase 2 generates ideas on key issues at the level of working groups. Phase 3 finalises the conceptual scheme and the proposed publications.

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