The general panel goal is to make visible the challenges and areas of opportunity to incorporate the gender perspective in fisheries and aquaculture of Latin America and the Caribbean.
For the past twenty years, there has been talking of gender studies and their links to fisheries. This topic has gained greater interest since 2015 with the arrival of international instruments such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the approval of the Voluntary Guidelines to achieve the sustainability of small-scale fisheries, incorporating the gender equality as a key component of blue justice to achieving sustainability.
Several years after the emergence of these global efforts to promote gender equality, What are the main findings in the Latin American and Caribbean region? The Gender equality at sea panel aims to make visible the challenges and opportunities to incorporate gender perspective in marine conservation and sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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