Check out the webinar recording where 50in10 Acting Executive Director Megan Arneson and Program Director Corey Peet discussed the outcomes of the recent Network Convening in Belize where members participated in a highly collaborative process to generate insights as to what processes are working well among small-scale fisheries projects, where the obstacles lie, and what areas of work need additional focus.
The white paper outlining outcomes and conclusions from the 50in10 Network Convening in January 2016 features a summary of the event and lessons for future collaborative efforts for fisheries reform.
As the network comes to a close in early 2016, join us for an overview of lessons learned, recommendations currently in development, and learn how you can apply the 50in10 principles to deepen and accelerate your own work in the future.
The Network Convening was a great success! More than 30 participants shared challenges exchanged lessons and solutions, and learned about models for financing the transition to sustainable management.