Programme

DAY 1: 07 JULY (WEDNESDAY)

0900 – 1000 hrs

Inaugural session
Welcome: Chandrika Sharma, ICSF
Introduction to workshop: Nalini Nayak (Member, ICSF)
Felicitation: Ria Fitriana, Charles Darwin University, Australia

1100 – 1200 hrs

Summaries of national reports (15 minutes):

Chair: Ms. Cornelie Quist (Member, ICSF)

South Africa: Rosetta Marina Ferreira (Coastal Links) and Jacqueline Sunde (Member, ICSF)

Brazil: Mario Do Livramento Santos (National Articulation of Fisherwomen, Brazil) and Naina Pierri, Federal University of Parana, Brazil

Questions and clarifications

1200 – 1300 hrs

Presentation of national reports (contd.)

Mamayawa Sandouno (Member, ICSF)

India: Purnima Meher and Ujwala Patil (National Fishworkers Forum)

Questions and clarifications

1300 -1430 hrs

Lunch

1430 – 1530 hrs

Presentation of national reports (contd.)

Canada: Representative on behalf of Sherry Pictou (World Forum of Fisher Peoples)

Europe: Marja Bekendam (AKTEA, the European Network for Women in Fisheries)

Questions and clarifications

1600 – 1700 hrs

Presentation of national reports (contd.)

Philippines: Jovelyn Cleofe (Center for Empowerment and Resource Development)

Thailand: Suphen Pantee (Fisherfolk Federation of Thailand) and Ravadee Prasertcharoensuk (Sustainable Development Foundation)

Questions and clarifications

1700 – 1800 hrs

Reflections from other contexts

Rose Mwaipopo (Member, ICSF, Tanzania)
Zoila Bustamante (President, CONAPACH, Chile)

Questions and clarifications

Note from Ecuador by Marianelli Torres

DAY 2: 08 JULY (THURSDAY)

0900 – 1040 hrs

0900 – 0940 hrs

 

0940 – 1040 hrs

Chairperson: Rosemarie Mwaipopo, Tanzania
Synthesis of issues/ concerns based on presentations on Day 1
Meryl Williams (Specialist in fisheries, aquaculture and natural resource management, Australia)

Discussion

Overview of international discourse on women based on the background study prepared for the workshop(PPT)
Note on presentation
Nilanjana Biswas, Independent researcher

Discussion

1040 – 1110 hrs

Tea

1110 – 1300 hrs

Group discussions: Working towards a shared agenda for sustainable livelihoods in coastal communities.
Introduction to the process: Nalini Nayak

1300 – 1430 hrs

Lunch

1430 – 1600 hrs

Group discussion (contd.)

1600 – 1630 hrs

Tea

1630 – 1800 hrs

Group discussion (contd.)

DAY 3: 09 JULY (FRIDAY)

0900 – 1030 hrs

Presentation of group reports and making the linkages

Moderators: Jackie Sunde and Nalini Nayak, Members, ICSF

1030 – 1100 hrs

Tea

1100 – 1300 hrs

Chairperson: John Kurien, Member, ICSF

International instruments related fisheries, food security, women’s rights and labour Chandrika Sharma, ICSF

Discussion

FAO Global programme on fisheries and aquaculture for poverty alleviation and food security and follow-up of proposals from COFI on small-scale fisheries
Susanna Siar: Fisheries and Aquaculture Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Gunilla Greig, Swedish Board of Fisheries, Sweden

1300 – 1430 hrs

Lunch

1430 – 1600 hrs

Film/ discussion with local leaders

1600 – 1630 hrs

Tea

1630 – 1800 hrs

Discussion and finalization of shared agenda towards sustaining life and livelihoods in coastal communities

Chairperson: Naína Pierri Estades

DAY 4: 10 JULY (SATURDAY)

0930 – 1100 hrs

Chairpersons: Marja Bekendam, AKTEA, Netherlands and Rosey Ferreira, Coastal Links, South Africa

Welcome and Introduction
Chandrika Sharma, ICSF


Presentation of workshop process and outcomes
Jackie Sunde, Member, ICSF

Discussion

1030 – 1100 hrs

Tea

1100 – 1300 hrs

Panel: Promoting the shared agenda: Sustaining life and livelihoods in fishing communities
Chairperson: John Kurien, Member, ICSF

Meryl Williams, Specialist in fisheries, aquaculture and natural resource management, Australia
Gunilla Greig, Swedish Board of Fisheries, Sweden
Ravadee Prasertcharoensuk, World Forum of Fisherpeoples (WFFP)
Margaret Nakato, World Forum of Fishworkers and Fish Harvesters (WFF)
Alain le Sann, Member, ICSF

1245 – 1300 hrs

Concluding Session

Vote of thanks: Sebastian Mathew, ICSF

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Q & A

Interview with María Hernández Rojas, a fisherwoman from Tárcoles community, Costa Rica.