19 March 2021

SDG 14: Preserving the value of fish

SDG 14.7 aims, by 2030, to increase the economic benefits to small island developing states, and least developed countries, from sustainable use of marine resources.
18 March 2021

Now What? Accountability and Leadership in Planning a Feminist Future

The third session in the GEST/RIKK Online Conversation Series brings together Karen Boyle and Audrey Roofeh who will discuss accountability and leadership in planning a feminist future. Karen Boyle is a Professor of Feminist Media Studies at the University of Strathclyde, UK, where she runs the Applied Gender Studies programme. Audrey Roofeh is an employment attorney and the CEO of Mariana Strategies LLC, a work-place culture consulting firm. 
16 March 2021

WGC Fellowships - Important updates

This is an important announcement regarding Fellowships to attend WGC. All Fellowships issued last year are still valid as before and cover the registration (including all virtual sessions and the on-site event) and some Fellowships also cover hotel costs and partial travel support.
12 March 2021

SDG 14: Small projects for big impact in fisheries

SDG target 14.4 aims to effectively regulate harvesting, end overfishing, illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and to end destructive fishing practices. Essentially, this is about fisheries management
9 March 2021

Extended Deadline for Nominations for the 2022 GEST Academic Programme

The Gender Equality Studies and Training (GEST) programme has extended its call for nominations for its academic programme in 2022. The deadline for nominations is 15 March 2021. 
5 March 2021

SDG 14: Data for sustainable fisheries management

Einar Hjörleifsson is a fisheries biologist with the Marine and Freshwater Research Institute in Iceland. In this video, he talks us through a through a fundamental fisheries equation to help us solve this problem.