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Wednesday, 24 January 2018 07:03

Social benefits of One-by-One tuna fisheries

Authored by Miller AM, (2017)

IPNLF’s first Social Dimensions report examines the social benefits derived from one-by-one fisheries and the resulting impacts on the communities dependent on them. The evidence was collated through a literature review and preliminary research to introduce the key social aspects of one-by-one tuna fisheries- encompassing both the material benefits(including employment, income, and food availability) and cultural and community benefits (including identity, human rights and gender parity).

This document can be downloaded from the IPNLF website.

Published by the International Pole an Line Foundation (IPNLF) 3028

Read 1465 times Last modified on 24 January 2018
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