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Marine & inland fisheries management

by TOO BIG TO IGNORE (Global Partnership for Small-Scale Fisheries Research) in 2018

About the TD training programme

The transdisciplinary (TD) training programme is developed by the ‘Too Big To Ignore’ Global Partnership for Small-Scale Fisheries Research (TBTI; toobigtoignore@net). The objective of...

by PLAAS in 2018

PLAAS engages in sustained and meaningful ways with key sectors in society – often those who are not in conversation with one another. We work with government in a variety of ways at a senior level. We work closely with social movements, non-governmental organisations, and with small-scale...

by PLAAS in 2018

This brochure is a celebration of more than 23 years of research, teaching and policy engagement at PLAAS. Catch a snap shot of our publications, research areas, research partnerships, public engagement, media engagement, teaching, and staffing over the last two decades.

by Jan Petter Myklebust in 2018

The South Africa-Sweden University Forum or SASUF – a major internationalisation project aimed at strengthening education, research and innovation ties between the two countries – kicked off with a seminar hosted by the University of Pretoria in South Africa and some 30 satellite gatherings in...

by Professor Moenieba Isaacs in 2018

On 19 April 2018, the University of Western Cape’s Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) and Masifundise Development Trust hosted a round table discussion to unpack the state of small-scale fisheries in South Africa. Over 60 participants from civil society, academics,...

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