Coastal Connections – Episode 3 – Empowering the future: women and youth in fisheries

There is something fishy about gender norms… Fishers = men, women, boys and girls.

In this episode, we hear from two super women who are breaking down barriers out on their fishing boats! Listen to hear about how female leadership brings creative new exposures for youth to participate in fishing activities and culture! Let’s not allow these traditional skills to disappear in our coastal communities. Let’s support the empowerment of the next generation!

Episode 3 co-host – Dr. Sarah Harper (@sjmharper)
•Sarah’ s Lab Group (https://natalieban.wordpress.com/people/)
•SPC Women in Fisheries Bulletin (https://spccfpstore1.blob.core.windows.net/digitallibrary-docs/files/9b/9b5d0c7dde0604682983c0f5f929de2d.pdf?sv=2015-12-11&sr=b&sig=k8wX9U4Fbd%2F3nwzxWRemNdCe9LZilJS11X8BhQTclug%3D&se=2021-12-25T22%3A49%3A46Z&sp=r&rscc=public%2C%20max-age%3D864000%2C%20max-stale%3D86400&rsct=application%2Fpdf&rscd=inline%3B%20filename%3D%22WIF30_53_Harper.pdf%22)
•Valuing Invisible Catches (https://www.forbes.com/sites/ariellasimke/2020/03/08/the-invisible-women-of-small-scale-fisheries-contribute-11-of-global-catch/?sh=3b95e72a445e)

Erica Porter (Apoqnmatulti’k Profile)
•MINAS Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/MINASscience)
oFish of the Day Coloring Page (https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=MINASscience&set=a.2849947598428913)
oSaltscapes: A Dying Breed (https://www.saltscapes.com/roots-folks/3067-a-dying-breed.html?fbclid=IwAR1cAXlp1nGbGzyYAuTSfLlqHTI1jPzfsiAlHLGcwJbhjpkAq_0q4Kt-Ug8)
oSaltwire: “Maritime Museum’s new exhibit explores special connection between women and the sea” (https://www.saltwire.com/nova-scotia/lifestyles/maritime-museums-new-exhibit-explores-special-connection-between-women-and-the-sea-327435/)

Kimberly Orren (@IslandRooms)
•Fishing for success Website (https://fishingforsuccess.org/)
•Fishing For Success in the Media (https://www.readersdigest.ca/travel/canada/petty-harbour/)

Additional resources
•Gender Equality in Sustainable Development Goals – Webinar by Worldwide Universities Network (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq05qUjeyLg)
Ocean Literacy Resources
•Mi’kmaw Conservation Group Education Corner (https://mikmawconservation.ca/kids-corner/)
•Ocean School (https://help.oceanschool.nfb.ca/what-is-ocean-school)
•CaNOE Canadian Network for Ocean Education (http://oceanliteracy.ca/)
•Canadian Ocean Literacy Coalition (https://colcoalition.ca/)

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