Добровольные руководящие принципы обеспечения устойчивого маломасштабного рыболовства
в контексте продовольственной безопасности и искоренения бедности

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* This article was first published in the INFOFISH International, Issue 3/2021 (May/June 2021) Gender equity and equality are fundamental guiding principles in FAO’s Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication (SSF Guidelines), ideals which are also closely aligned with the overarching...
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Мелкие рыболовы, работники рыбного промысла и их общины в настоящее время столкнулись с угрозой пандемии Covid-19, которая затронула всю производственно-сбытовую цепочку в секторе маломасштабного рыболовства и зависящие от неё источники дохода. В то же время существуют перспективный передовой опыт и возможности, которые могут способствовать процветанию данного сектора в будущем”. ...
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The FAO Fisheries Department and the FAO Indigenous Peoples' Unit organised a side event at the 20th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), which took place on 22nd April. Ms. Anne Nuorgam, Chair of the UNPFII and from the Sámi people, graciously opened the event...
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Masifundise host first SSF National Strategic Forum
12/04/2021 - 16/04/2021 Online and in presence, with strict COVID-19 protocols
As part of the efforts to implement the SSF Guidelines, on 12-16th  April 2021 Masifundise, a South African civil society organisation working with small-scale fishing communities in South Africa and member of the World Forum of Fisher People (WFFP), hosted its first SSF National Strategic Forum. The Forum brought together...
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FAO and the One Ocean Hub (OOH) organised a Regional Training Workshop on Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries (SSF), in South Africa, Ghana, and Namibia from 12th to 15th April 2021. The workshop aimed to test the use of the Legislative Guide and the advanced working version of the Policy and Legal...
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