The 4th World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (4WSFC) is a transdisciplinary forum for anyone interested in small-scale fisheries to participate in an interactive discussion about the world's small-scale fisheries.
Join us as we bring Indigenous people together to discuss positive pathways forward in the management and development of fisheries that will lead to indigenous wellbeing and prosperity. The event is being hosted by the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation (3ci), based in Ottawa, Canada, and the Indigenising the Blue Economy Project of the Sustainable Seas National Science Challenges, with support from the University of Canterbury. The event page can be found here: https://carleton.ca/3ci/fmfnfwregistration. To watch the discussion click on the "More Info Link".
For the 7th Canadian Association for Food Law and Policy conference – and our first above the 45th parallel – we will explore questions of interconnectedness in food systems. We will do so by decentering and recentering ourselves. More specifically, we will explore how interconnections may be experienced differently when examined from different perspectives and vantage points. The film screening will be followed by a panel of regional and national leaders involved with Indigenous fisheries.