As part of European Maritime Day’s #EMDInMyCountry, CabFishMan partners are hosting a series of events exploring the value and heritage of small-scale fisheries in the Northeast Atlantic. Hosted in Spanish, the second event of the series ‘Ocean Literacy Storytellers: Cultural values and services in small-scale fisheries. Do you want to share your story?’  will be held online on Thursday 24th June, 10:00 – 11:30 CEST.

 

 



Historias del mar: valores, cultura y servicios en las pesquerías artesanales, ¿quieres compartir tu historia? | Ocean Literacy Storytellers: Cultural values and services in small-scale fisheries. Do you want to share your story?

The interactive event, chaired by Juan José García del Hoyo (Universidad de Huelva) and facilitated by David Castilla (UHU), will share the diversity of cultural elements related to small-scale fisheries across the Northeast Atlantic, inviting guest speakers to share stories of the heritage of their region. An introductory presentation will showcase CabFishMan’s work to build a comprehensive overview of the cultural heritage of small-scale fisheries in the region, and attendees are welcome to share their own stories, ideas and experiences to create an open conversation about the inherent value of fisheries’ cultural heritage.

 

Details of speakers and presentations can be found below:

Introducción de los trabajos de CabFishMan sobre valoración económica Total de pesquerías | Introduction to CabFishMan’s work on impact assessments of small-scale fishing gears across the Northeast Atlantic – Prof. Juan José García del Hoyo, Department of Economics – MEMPES (Universidad de Huelva)

¿Qué es patrimonio cultural y como puede ser clasificado en el contexto de pesquerías? | What is cultural heritage, and how can we classify it in the context of fisheries? – Prof. Celeste Jiménez de Madariaga. Department of History, Gepgraphy and Anthropology – Observatory of Culture and Heritage (Universidad de Huelva)

Patrimonio cultural relacionado con la pesca en la costa occidental de Huelva (Punta Umbría) | Cultural heritage related to fisheries in the Western Coast of Huelva (Punta Umbría) – Manuel Fernández Belmonte, President (Cofradía de Pescadores de Punta Umbría and FACOPE),  Vice-president (FNCP)

Patrimonio cultural relacionado con la pesca en la costa occidental de Huelva (Isla Cristina) | Cultural heritage related to small-scale fisheries in the Western Coast of Huelva – Manuela Pomares Morgado, FOREDUNES (Centro de Educación Ambiental y Acuícola)

Patrimonio cultural relacionado con la pesca en Asturias | Cultural heritage related to small-scale fisheries in AsturiasFrancisco Jesús Menéndez Busta, Councillor of the City Council of Colunga and former President of Cofradía de Pescadores de Santa María de Sábada de Lastres

Patrimonio cultural relacionado con la pesca en el País Vasco |Cultural heritage of small-scale fisheries in the Basque Country – Speaker TBD

Cuenta tu historia, quiz, y preguntas y respuestas | Tell your story, quiza, and Q&A session

 

Attendees will be invited to submit questions to the panel throughout the event, and an interactive discussion will give the opportunity for speakers and attendees to share opinions, ideas, and personal perspectives on the cultural heritage of small-scale fisheries.

Hosted in Spanish, this event is open for all to attend. It will be of particular interest to researchers interested in fisheries’ cultural heritage, Fisheries Local Action Groups, members of the fishing industry, NGOs, and all those involved in small-scale fisheries in Spain’s Northeast Atlantic.

 

Click here for more information, or to register for the event via Zoom.