The On-going Tsunami in Sri Lanka: The Case of the Dispossessed and Displaced People of Paanama Village

The National Fisheries Solidarity Movement [NAFSO] of Sri Lanka presents this case as part of the case study portfolio of…

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WFF and WFFP Statement on the SDGs and the UN’s Ocean Conference

June 3, 2017 | News, Statement | 0 Comments |

4 June 2017 We call upon the UN member-states to work with the small-scale fisher peoples movements towards the implementation…

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International Day of Action for Rivers, 14 March 2017

March 13, 2017 | News, Statement | 0 Comments |

The World Forum of Fisher Peoples (WFFP) is celebrating the International Day of Action for Rivers by calling for governments…

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Implement the letter and spirit of the International Small-scale Fisheries guidelines – no to distorting their interpretation!

November 21, 2016 | Report, Statement | 0 Comments |

WFFP statement on World Fisheries Day 21.11.2016 “One of our greatest victories is the endorsement of the International Small-scale Fisheries…

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BLUE CARBON: Ocean Grabbing in Disguise?

June 25, 2016 | News, Report | 0 Comments |

New report produced by fisher movements from across the world. The report challenges the political and economic elites and their…

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“Our land is never private”

June 21, 2016 | News, Report | 0 Comments |

“There is a parcel of land they [investors] say is private. Private belonging to who?” asks Christiana Louwa of the…

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APAGOLF condemns the murder of Berta Cáceres

March 10, 2016 | News, Statement | 0 Comments |

“We, the Fonseca Gulf Association of Artisanal Fisher people known as APAGOLF together with our associates, hereby condemn the murder…

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Breaking the Chains of ‘Historical Injustice’ Dalits and Adivasis assert their rights over the Sundarban Forest

February 4, 2016 | News, Press release, Report | 0 Comments |

Press release, 2 February 2016, Kolkata “The tiger is not our threat, the Forest Department is.” “Forest Department Kee Jaagir…

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The arbitrary arrest of Mr. Saeed Baloch by the Pakistani Rangers is an assault on nature and the Human Rights of the country’s fisher people.

January 29, 2016 | News, Press release, Statement | 1 Comment |

Press statement, Cape Town, 29 January 2016 We call upon the Pakistani authorities to make public the exact location of…

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World Fisheries Day 2014 - Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum

The World Forum of Fisher Peoples’ calls for the immediate release of Mr. Saeed Baloch, General Secretary of the Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum

January 18, 2016 | News, Press release | 2 Comments |

Press Statement, 18 January 2016 Pakistan must release Mr. Saeed Baloch immediately. Mr. Baloch was arrested on 16 January by…

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