Here’s a catalogue of all publications and films ICSF produced from 1986 onwards, all of them available online. Over 35 years, these publications and films have carved out a niche. They inform the world of fisheries, providing perspectives on small-scale and artisanal fisheries. A compilation of all ICSF publication from across areas of work.
ICSF has made presentations to highlight the perspectives and concerns of small-scale fishworkers at various UN and Civil Society meetings. These are presented here. Material from such meetings has helped build awareness of developments at the both the international level of, say, UN forums, and among fishworker organizations Women engage in a wide range of […]
A repository of statements at all ICSF conferences and workshops, beginning 1984. ICSF actively participates in various multilateral conferences—ILO, CBD, FAO, UN-DOALOS among others—issuing statements on important topics. You will also find statements made by civil society organizations and fishworker organizations in several forums. Women engage in a wide range of activities in fisheries, including […]
The Indian Legal Instruments Relevant to Fisheries is a database on Indian national and state-level laws relevant to marine inland fisheries and aquaculture. The database offers full texts of the Acts, Rules, Amendments and subsequent notifications enacted by the union and state governments. It covers various areas including reserved artisanal fishing zones, resource management measures, […]
The gallery contains a collection of photographs published in issues of the SAMUDRA Report and the Yemaya Newsletter, as also other ICSF publications, workshops and meetings over the years. Also to be found are more general images of fishing and fishworkers in action across the world. There are about 10,000 photos from 64 countries. The […]
Here is a gallery of illustrations and cartoons by Sandesh, published in issues of the SAMUDRA Report, the Yemaya Newsletter, other ICSF’s publications and ICSF’s workshops/conferences. The cartoons are free to download. The database is searchable by title, issue number and the year of publication.
This section provides free and easy access to fishworkers’ organizations from several countries across the globe, including Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Spain, France and Ghana. The databases allow users to search by the name of the organization or by country.
Get an annotated online bibliography on small-scale fisheries and fishing communities. Resources are classified under eight themes: Right to Resources, Gender in Fisheries and Aquaculture, Disasters and Climate Change, Decent Work, Fisheries Trade, Aquaculture, Biodiversity and SSF Guidelines Women engage in a wide range of activities in fisheries, including paid and unpaid work and liaison […]