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FARNET Support Unit 23 Mar 17
1st place goes to the Venetian FLAG! Sweetening a predominantly male world with this photo, giving a place to like Maria
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Audrey Baetz Sep 9
Turns out you don’t need hairy mouth parts to be in fisheries 🤔
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Lynn Sep 9
working in marine fisheries for coming up on 25 years. Drive a desk and do policy mostly now, but worked in the field the first 17 -18 of those years.
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Rosalie Tukker Oct 18
As European policy advisors it is important we keep close contact with our fishing sector. It is also important to get more gender balance; come on
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Mangingisda #SaveTaliptip Jun 7
This year's celebration highlights the importance of gender equality, in particular for the effective conservation and sustainable use of oceans, seas and marine resources.
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Courtney Farthing Oct 21
We were once asked if Pew stood for ‘Powerful Energetic Women’. It doesn’t, but this week it should. The Delegation is in Torremolinos to bring the Cape Town Agreement closer to entry into force. Proud to be part of our team 🚺🌊
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Dr. Chelsey Crandall Sep 11
It's still growing and it's absolutely amazing- look at these awesome ! Keep the pics coming!
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FCWC/CPCO Oct 22
The role of in the region - 🇱🇷🇨🇮🇬🇭🇹🇬🇧🇯🇳🇬 - is undeniable. These few of many women, posed for photos with our posterboard to let the world to know that they are in strong support of all efforts to as it threatens their livelihoods.
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JAC Jan 26
For this week's I have a of a walleye commissioned by . Check out her research about fisheries induced evolution!
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Lice Movono 29 Aug 18
When women are ‘just collecting’ octopus, crabs, shellfish - they aren’t just collecting, they are contributing to the sector. Not enough research into the role of women fishers! - Aliti Vunisea at discussion on
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Kim Friedman Mar 7
Just some of the many , celebrating with colleagues
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Chloe Mikles Sep 10
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Kimberly Sullivan Nov 27
We are always thrilled to highlight , like Rebecca Jayne Argo of Alaska🇺🇸, who attended 's Symposium, and spoke about the important support and encouragement in pursuing her career that she's received from .
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Caroline Rosinski Sep 11
Lucky that my training started young. Even though back then I was mostly just there for the munchkins, apparently something stuck. Now I'm happy to be a part of the fantastic and growing community of
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Marja Bekendam 24 Jun 18
On my way home after an inspiring visit to Maltese with and
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Karyn Morrissey 11 Feb 18
We are so excited to have you join us! More important work on
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Ellen George, PhD Sep 10
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Europêche Bruxelles Oct 21
Image from the pilot action of project PesConect, aiming to include the collection of scientific data in the fishing activity by training fishermen in the collection tasks. Connecting science & fisheries for sustainable management of marine resources
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Meghan Angelina 12h
I am so excited to see the waves that the ladies of will make. Honored to be apart of the first and second annual women’s leadership meetings 🙌🏽
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Karen Seath Feb 18
Very much looking forward to this International Women’s Day event at in Anstruther on Sunday 8th March
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