A virtual discussion to explore the role of local, regional, or national policymakers is key to supporting communities' fisher voices on customary and secure tenure.
Date: November 2022
In celebration of the 2022 International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture (IYAFA2022), the SSF Hub is hosting a virtual event to highlight the challenges and opportunities of supporting communities' fisher voices on customary and secure tenure for small-scale fishers in low-and-middle-income countries. The dialogues and discussions will focus on how fisheries activities in inland waterbodies and oceans occur, fishers' access and restrictions to community fishing grounds and pathways for regional or national policies to better secure their access to fishing grounds.
As part of our commitments to IYAFA2022, WorldFish will continue to support the need to provide the most beneficial outcomes to the aquaculture and global fisheries industry through our research and innovation, we will promote key actions to support this integrated approach in relation to the WorldFish's '2030 Research and Innovation Strategy' and CGIAR's initiative in 'Resilient Aquatic Foods for Healthy People and Planet.'