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A "feminist perspective" in fisheries builds on the fact that women of fishing communities take on multidimensional roles that straddle both production and reproduction...

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Women and Resources Management
Women of fishing communities are an integral part of the fisheries. They often fish, glean and collect, particularly in inland, riverine and coastal and inshore areas, for household consumption and for sale. They use coasts and beaches to dry, process and sell fish and to mend nets. They depend on coastal resources and forests for water and fuelwood. Through their work and lived reality women often have an intimate knowledge of the ecology of the coast and the aquatic ecosystem, as well as the seasonal availability of fisheries and other coastal resources. It is not surprising, therefore, that in several countries women have taken the lead in drawing attention to coastal and aquatic resources degradation, demanding remedial action, as well as in initiatives for protecting resources. Several interventions by governments, NGOs and other organizations have supported women’s participation in coastal zone management and in conserving the environment. At another level, however, particuarly where the work on women in fisheries has not been well understood and recognized, conservation and management initiatives have alienated and marginalized women, affecting their livelihoods and very survival. These are the issues covered by the papers under this theme.
Windley, David.W. 1969. International practice regarding traditional fishing privileges of foreign fishermen in zones of extended maritime jurisdiction. The American Journal of International Law 63 (3): 490-503
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

Vivekanandan, V. 2004. Fishing for favour, netting a lesson. South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies, Trivandrum. 68p.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

Suryanarayan, V. 2005. Conflict over fisheries in the Palk Bay region. Lance Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. 207p.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

Stacey, Natasha. 2007. Boats to burn: Bajo fishing activity in the Australian Fishing Zone. Asia Pacific Environment Monograph 2, ANU E Press, Canberra.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries
  • :Austria

Stacey, N. 2005. Crossing Borders: Implications of the memorandum of understanding on Bajo fishing activity in northern Australian waters, The Beagle: Records of Museums and Arts Galleries of the NT. Supplement 1: 229-234.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries
  • :Australia

Sodik, Dikdik Mohamad. 2007. Combating illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in Indonesian waters: The need for fisheries legislative reform. Doctoral thesis, University of Wollongong.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

Reisman, W. Michael. 2000. Eritrea-Yemen Arbitration (Award, Phase II: Maritime Delimitation), The American Journal of International Law 94 (4): 721-736
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

Peacock, F.Greg. Bilateral management of transboundary fish stocks: an informal approach to ecosystem based management.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries
  • :America

McDorman, Ted L. 2009. Canada-United States cooperative approaches to shared marine fishery resources: territorial subversion?. Michigan Journal of International Law (30): 665-687pp.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

Mathew, Sebastian.2001. Fishing in the Indian Ocean. The Hindu, dated 22 September 2001.
  • :Resource Allocation,Legal Issues,Traditional Rights,Regional Documents,Tsunami,Labour Issues,Role of Women in Aquaculture,Trade and Market Access,Struggle for Recognition,Right to Resources,Country Profiles,Women in Fisheries,Social Issues,Co-management,Fisheries Agreements,Biodiversity,CBCRM,Fisheries Management,Development Initiatives,Globalization,Status of Women,Role of Women,Recognition and Policy,Struggles and Movements,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management,Climate change and fisheries,Climate change and adaptation,Community based management,Traditional Ecological Knowledge,Traditional Knowledge,Marine Protected Areas,Small-scale fisheries

 
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