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ICSF releases latest editions of fisheries journals, SAMUDRA Report and Yemaya April 12,2013   |  Source: ICSF |  Alert Type(s): Samudra Exclusive

The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) has just released the latest editions of two of its popular fisheries publications – SAMUDRA Report, its triannual journal on fisheries, communities and livelihoods, and Yemaya, its newsletter on gender and fisheries.

SAMUDRA Report No. 64, dated March 2013, features articles from Asia, Africa, South America, Mauritania, Canada, the United Kingdom (UK) and the Caribbean, besides workshop reports and documents.

The UK report details how England’s small-scale fisheries are being integrated within a national system, while another article deals with the conflicting responses to the new European Union-Mauritania Fisheries Agreement.

From South America, an article on Peru analyzes how anchoveta catches meant for human consumption are being diverted into fishmeal production, while another article from Brazil shows how the country is backing increased production through industrial fisheries and aquaculture.

Two articles in SAMUDRA Report No. 64 cover the Asian region. One, from Sri Lanka, focuses on the Regional Fisheries Livelihoods Programme in the Negombo lagoon, while the other, from India, reports on a national workshop on the International Labour Organization (ILO) Work in Fishing Convention, held in


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