This is This is a series of webinars, consultative dialogues, and meetings to engage the stakeholders for more just and inclusive fisheries governance. I am organizing this series in collaboration with Oxfam in Bangladesh under the Transboundary Rivers of South Asia (TROSA) program supported by the Government of SWEDEN.
Webinar: Fisheries journalism in Bangladesh
For journalists who want to cover the small-scale fisheries sector rigorously and ethically. The speakers will discuss how to expertly tackle the overlapping issues of fishing, food sovereignty, employment, and conservation of wildlife in small-scale fisheries.
Dialogue on transforming the fish business together
What roles the fisheries businesses must play to make fishing juster and fairer for the fishers? We are inviting entrepreneurs in the fisheries sector to discuss this question and find ways forward to deliver economic justice for fishers.
Webinar: Fisheries through the eyes of women in Bangladesh
In this webinar, women fishers and community leaders will speak on the issues related to gender equality and the enhanced role of women in fisheries governance.
Dialogue on civil society organizations and rights of small-scale fishers
In this dialogue, we are inviting all members of civil society organizations in Bangladesh to discuss how CSOs can help themselves by joining forces with the fishers’ struggle to secure equity and justice in fisheries.
Webinar: Basics of fisheries governance in Bangladesh and beyond
The webinar will help the audience with a roadmap of how they can contribute to the efforts of transforming Bangladesh’s fisheries into a more just and equitable one.
Webinar: Fisheries from the lens of artisanal fisherfolk
The reported catch of wild fish is rising in Bangladesh. But how sustainable are the country’s fisheries? How equitable and just is fisheries conservation management in Bangladesh? This webinar is a unique opportunity to learn directly from the fisherfolk.