Welcome to GAP2’s Outputs, where you can find documents describing all areas of our work, from how collaborative research can work best, to how to create a selective fishery in Sweden. Happy exploring!

If you would like to upload and share a resource within this area, please email Rosie Magudia (rosie@mindfullywired.org).

Latest uploads:

Deliverable 6.1.2: Final Report of the GAP2 ProjectMay 2015
Deliverable 4.3.1: Analysis of the Credibility, Legitimacy, and Salience of Cooperative Research.May 2015
Deliverable 1.3: Report(s) on integration of lessons from trans-national comparisons, including specific recommendations and action plans for implementation where appropriate.May 2015
Deliverable 3.3.1: Policy brief on participatory research & the impacts on EU fisheries & marine environment policies.Apr 2015
Deliverable 2.3.1: Single case study scientific papers; two general reviewsApr 2015
Deliverable 3.1.1 Manuscript on results of discourse analysis of published and non-published materials from participatory research activities (month 24)Apr 2015
Deliverable 5.3: Outreach Media associated with activities undertaken in Task 5.2 and Task 5.3 (Month 48).Mar 2015
Deliverable 5.1.3: Final Report on evaluation and impact of outreach activities. (Month 48).Mar 2015
Deliverable 3.3.2: Mechanisms for uptake of participatory research manuscript.Mar 2015
Deliverable 4.3.2: Analysis of fit between collaborative research and management.Mar 2015


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