Today, we want to honour at least a small selection of the women leaders in fisheries working to make the world a better place.

Aujourd'hui, nous voulons rendre hommage à au moins une petite sélection de femmes leaders de la pêche qui travaillent pour rendre le monde meilleur.

Heute möchten wir zumindest eine kleine Auswahl der leitenden Frauen in der Fischerei ehren, die daran arbeiten, die Welt zu einem besseren Ort zu machen.

Hoy, queremos honrar al menos a una pequeña selección de las mujeres líderes en la pesca que trabajan para hacer del mundo un lugar mejor.

Oggi vogliamo onorare almeno una piccola selezione delle donne leader nel settore della pesca che lavorano per rendere il mondo un posto migliore.

Awa Seye, leader of Fisher women, birth assistant and municipal adviser St. Louis / Guet Ndar, Senegal DE EN ES FR IT Mercy Mghanga, Mombasa Area, Kenya, leads Coastal Women in Fisheries EN
Khady SARR, Exec. Secretary of PARASE, a women's economic interest group, Hann, Senegal DE EN ES FR IT Editrudith Lukanga, Exec. Secretary of EMEDO, Mwanza, Tanzania, and co-president of the World Forum of Fish Harvesters and Fish Workers (left) EN with Dr. Cornelia E Nauen, President of Mundus maris asbl, DE EN ES FR IT Brussels, Belgium and chair of the Board of Trustees of Quantitative Aquatics, Los Baños, Philippines EN
Maria Fernanda Arraes Treffner, Chief Facilitator Small-Scale Fisheries Academy in Senegal, Brazil DE EN ES FR IT Dr. Maria Lourdes (Deng) Palomares, Scientific Director of Quantitative Aquatics, Philippines, project manager of UBC’s Sea Around Us initiative, Vancouver, Canada DE EN ES FR IT other
Prof. Stella Williams, Vice President of Mundus maris asbl, founder of NiWARD, Lagos, Nigeria - EN-FR-ES Dr. Iris Ziegler, Leader International Cooperation in SharkProject International, member of the core group Make Stewardship Count, Germany DE EN
Dr. Ratana Chuenpagdee, Canada Research Chair in Natural Resource Sustainability and Community Development, Leader Too Big To Ignore global Research Network on small-scale fisheries, Memorial University, St. John's, Canada EN Dr. Nicole Franz, Sr Fisheries Policy Officer with responsibility for promoting the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Small-Scale Fisheries in the context of food security and poverty eradication EN and member of the Too Big To Ignore Research Network, Rome, Italy