Type of Dialogue
Please review the details below for registration information if available or contact the Convenor if you would like to attend.
Small-scale fishers (SSFs) are especially vulnerable to food and nutrition insecurity as well as climate change impacts. Small-scale fisheries can also have an outsized role in meeting a country’s food and nutrition needs and goals because they catch species that are high in key missing micronutrients, local, culturally appropriate, and easy to store and transport. However, current policies that treat fish primarily as a commodity to be exported undermine the ability of SSFs to live up to this potential.
The aim of this Dialogue is to bring together representatives from SSF sectors around the world with key food and nutrition and fisheries management decision-makers from corresponding countries in order to spur discussion on what can be done to better utilize and support SSFs in national food and nutrition plans.
To register for this event, please use this link, or contact the Convener through the button on this page.
Please include the country or region with which you are affiliated, if applicable, as well as your preferred language, if not English. Translation to Spanish and French will be available.