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Mundus maris newsletter: November 2018
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Dear <<First Name>>

The implementation of the Small-Scale Fisheries Guidelines were the principal focus of Mundus maris activities reported here. These efforts were marked, among others, by the active participation in the 3rd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in October and the launch of the Small-Scale Fisheries Academy in Senegal in November flanked also by work with a large grouping of women in the post-harvest sector struggling for their social and economic future.

It's become busier as the months go by - and ever more demanding to keep it all up. We managed also thanks to the great commitment of our volunteers and partners. As the level of work increases, please
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As we start planning the activities for next year, we invite you also to share your time and expertise as much as you can so that, together, we continue making progress on these causes. Contact us at info@mundusmaris.org. Thank you!
 
Cornelia E. Nauen and the entire Mundus maris team

Activities around the world

Svein Jentoft and Aliou Sall
 

3rd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Chiang Mai, Thailand

This was biggest of a series of world congresses on small-scale fisheries with more than 350 participants from 55 countries, from 22-26 October. Ratana Chuenpagdee, Project Director of the global research network "Too Big To Ignore", and her team together with the local organisers pulled off a highly inspiring and productive conference. Mundus maris made its contribution through the active participation of Aliou Sall, our Vice-President from Senegal. The picture shows Aliou with Svein Jentoft who was honoured for his outstanding contributions to small-scale fisheries. Congratulations Svein!
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At the ecology meeting
 

Insights into sport fishing in Argentina at the 28th Ecology Meeting

Penélope Quirino, a biology major at the University of Belgrano, presented her work "Contribution to the knowledge of the fish communities of the Río de la Plata through sport fishing", at the 28th Ecology Meeting in Argentina, held Mar del Plata, from October 29 to November 2, 2018. It is part of a project supported by Mundus maris. Thanks to data from collaborating sport fishers, she could analyse the fish populations in the Rio de la Plata.
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Cornelia E Nauen presenting
 

Earth System Governance Conference, Utrecht, 5-8 November

The Earth System Governance Community brings together hundreds of scholars from all over the world to reflect on their vast theme from a wide variety of angles. Together with colleagues from the geo-ethics community, Mundus maris presented a paper focused on what we can learn from small-scale fisheries for governance in other complex systems in one of the two ocean panels. We also contributed actively to the debates in several others.
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World Café discussions
 

Small-Scale Fisheries Academy in Senegal launched on 14 November

On suggestion of Mundus maris, a multi-stakeholder organising committee of professional, academic and civil-society partners launched the much awaited Small-Scale Fisheries Academy in Senegal. Gracefully hosted by the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) on the campus of the Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, the 62 participants from all regions of Senegal debated and agreed about what they wanted the academy to be and set its priorities for the start-up period to contribute to implementing the SSF Directives through an open platform for the co-production of knowledge and innovation.
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