Women in Fisheries Information Bulletin #09

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Number 9 - September 2001
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Coordinator: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Coastal Fisheries Management Officer, SPC, BP D5, 98848 Noumea Cedex, New Caledonia. Fax +687 263818

Production: Information Section, Marine Resources Division, SPC, BP D5, 98848 Noumea Cedex, New Caledonia. Fax +687 263818.

Prepared with financial assistance from Australia, France and New Zealand.


Editor's note

Welcome to the ninth issue of the Women in Fisheries Special Interest Group Bulletin. This issue will be my last as coordinator of the Women in Fisheries Bulletin. I have enjoyed putting together the growing amount of information around the region on women, small-scale fisheries and community fisheries management. It has certainly been an excellent way of keeping in touch with what is happening, both in and out of the region. But after six issues it is now time to pass the role on to someone else. I would like to invite those who are interested in taking on the responsibility of coordinator of the SPC Women in Fisheries Bulletin to please contact:

Fisheries Information Section
Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)
BP D5, 98848 Noumea Cedex
New Caledonia

Ph: +687 262000
Fax: +687 263818
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This issue reports on the activities of the SPC Community Fisheries Section, and includes workshops in American Samoa and Federated States of Micronesia, the third fisheries module for SPC's CETC participants in Fiji and the second Heads of Fisheries meeting in Noumea.

From around the Pacific region we have a new village-based education system being developed in Vanuatu; a project to protect coral reefs in Guam; an article on past and present fishing in Kiribati; recent developments in native title over the sea and coastal areas in Australia; and an upcoming course for Pacific Island small-scale fisheries trainers in New Zealand.

The news from outside the region includes a global symposium on women in fisheries to be held in Taiwan in November; an article about women working in commercial fisheries in Alaska; and a women fisher's collective in Mozambique, Africa.

Details and reviews of books and publications appear at the end of this issue.

Contributions in the form of articles, papers, news and information are welcome. Articles can be in French or English; the bulletin is published separately in both languages.

Please address all inquiries to:

Fisheries Information Section
Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)
BP D5, 98848 Noumea Cedex
New Caledonia

Ph: +687 262000
Fax: +687 263818
email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 


Contents

Kiribati - Let's go fishing
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