Over the last four years, GAP2 has been busy demonstrating the role and value of stakeholder-driven science within the context of fisheries’ governance. Below, check out our collection of policy briefs, which condense key messages from GAP2 events and tools into take-home headlines for the policy audience.
|Policy Briefing 5: Building Bridges Through Participation – Concrete Outcomes & Cementing Change|
The fifth and final policy brief from the GAP2 project, outlining key outcomes brought about through long-lasting collaboration between fishers and scientists.
|Policy Briefing 4: GAP2 International Symposium|
The fourth and final GAP2 Policy Brief containing summaries of sessions that took place throughout the GAP2 International Symposium: Participatory Research and Co-management in Fisheries.
|Policy Briefing 3: Toolbox for Participatory Research|
The third policy brief produced by the GAP2 project focuses on the value and application of the project's 'Methodological Toolbox'. A concise breakdown of the tool is provided for the policy audience.
|Policy Briefing 2: Putting the Science into Regionalisation – Consensus from policy makers, stakeholders & scientists|
On 26th February 2014, 43 high-level industry stakeholders, scientists and government representatives met to identify practical steps supporting an effective knowledge base for regionalised fisheries management.
|Policy Briefing 1: Putting the science in regionalization: Participatory approaches in the new regionalized CFP|
GAP2's first Policy Briefing addresses how participatory research could underpin the successful implementation of reformed and increasingly regionalized European Common Fisheries Policy.