Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

Second Channel scallop report publishedJun 2015
Other participatory pioneers…May 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
GAP2 Scallops Normandy Blog – EDF OceansApr 2015
Policy Briefing 5: Building Bridges Through Participation – Concrete Outcomes & Cementing ChangeApr 2015
GAP2 Scallops 2015 – The PresentationsApr 2015
Policy Briefing 4: GAP2 International SymposiumMar 2015
GAP2 Infographic: Why Collaborate for Sustainable Seas?Mar 2015
GAP2 International Symposium PresentationsMar 2015
GAP2 Cinema: Celebrating Collaboration in Fisheries Through FilmMar 2015

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