FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Femmes

  • A network for seafaring women

    03/02/2021
    - Page de base
    A cooperation project between two Catalan FLAGs has supported the creation of an association, which aims to increase the visibility of women from fishing and aquaculture and improve their ability to develop business projects that help diversify the sector.
  • A network for seafaring women

    01/02/2021
    - Good Practice Project
    Un projet mené en coopération par deux GALPA catalans a soutenu la création d’une association visant à améliorer la visibilité des femmes actives dans le secteur de la pêche et de l’aquaculture. Ce projet entend également renforcer leur capacité à mettre sur les rails des projets d’entreprise visant à diversifier le secteur.
  • Cooperation for supporting marine tourism businesses by fisheries families

    09/12/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    Réunis au sein du projet de coopération « Mar das Illas », trois GALPA de la province de Pontevedra joignent leurs forces pour soutenir les pêcheurs locaux et leur famille dans leur démarche entrepreneuriale axée sur le tourisme maritime et le pescatourisme.
  • Mar das Illas cooperation project shows results of its third edition

    31/08/2020
    - Actualité
    The International Day of Marine Tourism and Pesca-tourism will take place on the 24th of September in the city of Pontevedra (Spain). On this day, the three FLAGs located in the Rías Baixas (Galicia) will present the results of the third edition of the Mar das Illas project, whose main objective is economic diversification through the promotion of marine tourism among fishers and their families.
  • Women in fisheries

    10/04/2019
    - Idées de coopérations
    In the context of the Blue Growth and the local development of the Chioggia and Delta Po area, Chioggia and Delta Po GAC FLAG intends to propose a European Cooperation Project focused on “Women in Fisheries”.
  • FLAG Support to Women in Fisheries and Aquaculture

    13/11/2018
    - Publication
    This study forms an understanding of the representation of women working in FLAG areas and assesses the level and types of support FLAGs provide to these women. The findings add to the wider understanding of the number and roles of women working in the fisheries and aquaculture industry and analyses how FLAG support to women varies and is implemented. FLAG support to women is defined as (1) a project with a female project promotor, when the project is privately invested and/or (2) other FLAG activities where the primary objective is the support of the women in the FLAG area.
  • Reef Water Coral Farm

    18/09/2018
    - Good Practice Project
    Un GALPA galicien a soutenu la création de la première ferme corallienne commerciale d'Europe. La « Reef Water Coral Farm » produit environ 5 000 coraux par an et est devenue une halte prisée pour les voyages scolaires dans la région.
  • Net mending: preserving tradition through diversification

    13/09/2018
    - Good Practice Short Story
    The net making profession has always been one of the least recognised professions within the fishing sector so several Galician net makers´ associations have brought it into the spotlight by combining dissemination workshops with a new range of products based on their unique know-how.
  • Utena FLAG

    31/07/2018
    - Fiches FLAG
    The Utena FLAG is situated to the east of Lithuania and is close to the Latvian border. The area has a naturally rich environment and comprises many lakes, forests, ponds, rivers, and streams and is a popular destination for national and international tourists. There are 182 lakes throughout the region making it a popular destination for water sports, cultural excursions and eco-tourism.
  • Catering company set up by a barnacle gatherer and his mother

    02/10/2017
    - Good Practice Short Story
    Playa del Aguilar is a renowned beach and highly attractive touristic point on the Asturian coast. The village triples its population over the summer months, from 5 000 to 15 000 and the sandy beach and modern seafront are visited daily by thousands of tourists, summer residents and locals. However, in the vicinity of the beach, there are few restaurants or shops where tourists can buy ready-made food.