V2V Working Groups

 

V2V Working Groups address pressing themes associated with vulnerability and viability of small-scale fisheries communities using transdisciplinary methods. V2V Working Groups are coordinated by Working Group Leaders, and each is dedicated to knowledge mobilisation to ensure policy outcomes and scholarly impacts.

Working Groups

V2V Working Groups address pressing themes associated with vulnerability and viability of small-scale fisheries communities using transdisciplinary methods. V2V Working Groups are coordinated by Working Group Leaders, and each is dedicated to knowledge mobilisation to ensure policy outcomes and scholarly impacts.

 

 

V2V Working Group 1

I-ADApT Case Study

What is the extent to which SSF communities are aware of their vulnerabilities and strengths, the ways in which they perceive and articulate viability, the links between the scale of the community and the scale of the stressors, key motivations of communities to work towards reducing vulnerability, and strategies to increase viability and respond to multi-scale issues?

 

V2V Working Group 2

V2V Information System

What is the role of a database and resource portal containing contextualized and place-based information about the V2V case studies that will be owned and maintained by our diverse research, policy and community partners?

 

V2V Working Group 3

Transdisciplinary Capacity Development

How can we better understand vulnerability and viability before making any attempt to prescribe solutions and develop multilevel capacity regarding collaborative and engaging processes of knowledge co-production?

 

V2V Working Group 4

Synthesis and Integration for Governance

How can synthesis of research outcomes and key insights be integrated to co-develop necessary governance interventions and strategies for future action?

 

V2V Working Group 5

Knowledge Mobilization

How can we harness the combined strength of the V2V team in translating research results into theory, policy and practice relevant outputs, and ensure that our collective goal that the knowledge created is accessible for the benefit of all those who wish to access it is achieved?  

V2V Working Group 1

I-ADApT Case Study

What is the extent to which SSF communities are aware of their vulnerabilities and strengths, the ways in which they perceive and articulate viability, the links between the scale of the community and the scale of the stressors, key motivations of communities to work towards reducing vulnerability, and strategies to increase viability and respond to multi-scale issues?

V2V Working Group 2

V2V Information System

What is the role of a database and resource portal containing contextualized and place-based information about the V2V case studies that will be owned and maintained by our diverse research, policy and community partners?

V2V Working Group 3

Transdisciplinary Capacity Development

How can we better understand vulnerability and viability before making any attempt to prescribe solutions and develop multilevel capacity regarding collaborative and engaging processes of knowledge co-production?

V2V Working Group 4

Synthesis and Integration for Governance

How can synthesis of research outcomes and key insights be integrated to co-develop necessary governance interventions and strategies for future action?

V2V Working Group 5

Knowledge Mobilization

How can we harness the combined strength of the V2V team in translating research results into theory, policy and practice relevant outputs, and ensure that our collective goal that the knowledge created is accessible for the benefit of all those who wish to access it is achieved?  

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