Programme and Presentations

Programme

 French, Spanish

Day 1: July 21, 2014 (Monday)
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:30 - 15:30

Moderator: Vivienne Solis Rivera and  Juan Carlos Cárdenas Núñez

Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop :

Dedication of the workshop to Chandrika Sharma

Tribute to Thomas Kocherrry: V Vivekanandan

 15:30 - 16:30 Presentation: Introduction to the Guidelines linked to the introduction to the objectives of this workshop : Objectives for this CSO Workshop 

By Nalini Nayak, and Ravadee Prasertcharoensuk

Presentation: The Road to Pondicherry – the milestones achieved by the CSO’s on the way to the Guidelines: setting the stage for implementation.

By Brian O’Riordan

 16:30-17:00 Tea 

17:00 - 18:00

Moderator: Jackie Sunde and Vivienne Solis Rivera
Presentation: Developing a Transformative Agenda towards Socially Just and Sustainable Fisheries    (Gender Note) (French, Spanish)
By Cornelie Quist

 18:00

-18:30

Group Discussion
Break into small groups for discussion * FOUR Groups: What will a transformative agenda require of us? – sharing amongst CSOs and brainstorming the key requirements that will make the implementation of the Guidelines realize human rights and social justice.

19:30 Dinner
 Day 2: July 22, 2014 (Tuesday)
 04:00 -19:00

 Good practices in fisheries governance and management, disaster risk mitigation and post-harvest fish trade: An exposure to examples in and around Pondicherry, India: (i) Fisheries governance and traditional coastal communities; (ii) beach reclamation and protection of coastal communities; and (iii) Post-harvest fish trade and women in fishing communities.

Field trip note: Nagapattinam (French, Spanish)

Field trip note: Pondicherry (French, Spanish)

 19:30  Dinner
 Day 3: July 23, 2014 (Wednesday)  
 09:00-10:00  Moderator: Groups will elect the moderator and rapporteur

Opening Session: Fishing Communities and Implementation of the Guidelines: Issues Arising from Local, National and Regional Contexts
Divide into two large designated groups by language:
1. Presentations from Netherlands, Central America (Honduras and Costa Rica), Caribbean, and West Africa and Senegal.
2. Presentations from India, Thailand and Brazil, and Indonesia

 10:30-11:00  Tea
 11:00 -12:30 Group discussions and presentations (to be continued) 
 12:30-13:30

Moderator: C M Muralidharan and Alain Le Sann


Feedback from groups in Plenary
Questions, Responses, Discussions

 13:45 -15:00 Lunch 
 15:00-16:00 Moderator: Rene Scharer and Beatriz Mesquita Pedrosa Ferreira

Presentation: Implementing SSF Guidelines: A Perspective from FAO
By Nicole Franz, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Questions, Answers, Discussions

 16:30-18:00

Moderator: Nalini Nayak
Break into small groups, select rapporteur, with key questions to guide discussion

 Questions (English, French, Spanish)
 16:30  Tea ( in small groups to help themselves)
 16:30-18:00

  Small group discussions—Each group has its own facilitator and selects a rapporteur who writes up POA on sheets

Approaches to SSF guidelines (French), (Spanish)

 19:30 Dinner 
 Day 4: July 24, 2014 (Thursday) 
 09:00-11:00  Group Discussion (Cont)
 11:00-11:30  Tea
 11:30-13:00

Moderator: Venkatesh Salagrama and Rosemarie Nyigulila Mwaipopo
Reporting in Plenary
Group Report backs (7 groups)

Latin America

Europe

Anglofone Africa

Francofone Africa

Asia-Thailand and Indonesia

Asia- India

 13:00-14:00  Lunch
 14:00-16:00  Moderator: Jackie Sunde

Panel Discussion: What role for the CSOs in implementation?

Panelists:
Vivienne Solis, Member, ICSF
Naseegh Jaffer, World Forum of Fisher Peoples (WFFP)
Rolf Willmann,
Editrudith Lukanga, World Forum of Fish Harvesters and Fish Workers (WFF)
John Kurien, Member, ICSF

 16:00-16:30 Tea 
 16:30-17:30  Discussions in Plenary