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SEAwise Report on communications strategy and activities, September 2023.

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posted on 2024-04-18, 06:48 authored by Lia ní Aodha, Elle Sibthorpe, Chantal Lyons, Anna RindorfAnna Rindorf

The SEAwise project works to deliver a fully operational tool that will allow fishers, managers, and policy makers to easily apply Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management (EBFM). This SEAwise report summarises the key activities in SEAwise on Communications and Outreach from September 2022 – September 2023. The critical activities undertaken during this period include continued updates to the project website and drafting of public syntheses to share research results with broad audiences; ongoing social media engagement and management; drafting pieces for and management of a public-facing blog on the SEAwise website; production of materials for and support with stakeholder engagement meetings; the monthly publication of a project newsletter; video production; and engagement with the media. These have been carried out in parallel with additional activities that will allow for continued interaction and engagement with SEAwise’s work long after its lifetime – the development of a public facing prototype tool, alongside planning for physical and online training courses disseminating the knowledge co-created within the project. All activities have been crafted in line with the objectives and agreed methods of the SEAwise communications and social media strategies and have been supported by input from Work Package and Case Study leads, where appropriate.

Read more about the project at www.seawiseproject.org

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Shaping ecosystem based fisheries management

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