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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-300
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social Science and Economics Research Coordination Program (SSERCP)

The SSERCP project has been successful in providing timely and relevant advice to the drafting and reviewing stages of RD&E priorities, projects and reports in order to maximise beneficial outcomes of this investment for fisheries and aquaculture. It has been successful in supporting the FRDC...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-300
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social Science Research Coordination Program (SSRCP) II

This report summarises the key activities of the Social Sciences and Research Coordination Program II (SSRCP II), which was implemented in 2012 and concluded in 2015. It focuses on the key objectives of the Program, achievements and recommendations for future iterations of this type of Program, or...
ORGANISATION:
KAL Analysis Pty Ltd
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-152
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social Matters Workshop

The project brought together Australian seafood industry social scientists for the first time ever in a specific and dedicated meeting, to discuss our identity, our role in governance, our past and our future. The Social Matters workshop ran over two days and involved 20 scholars, researchers and...
ORGANISATION:
Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
People
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-263
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Social and Economic Evaluation of the Victorian Wild-catch Seafood and Aquaculture Industry – STAGE 1

The FRDC Victorian Research Advisory Committee identified the need for a research project to measure the multiple social and economic contributions of the professional fishing and aquaculture sectors as an urgent and high priority. FRDC and the Human Dimensions Research (HDR) subprogram also...
ORGANISATION:
Seafood Industry Victoria Inc (SIV)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2010-040
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Developing and testing social objectives for fisheries management

The importance of including social objectives in fisheries management is recognised in many policies and programs that are intended to guide sustainable fisheries management. This includes the principle of Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) that underpins Australian fisheries management and...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2010-219
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Tactical Research Fund: Establishing regional indicators of social sustainability in the Tasmanian aquaculture industry - a pilot study

Understanding the social contribution of aquaculture and fisheries activities is becoming increasingly important as community and market expectations continue to demand greater ethical and responsible social and environmental stewardship from the industry. The SROI processes and principles offer a...
ORGANISATION:
RDS Partners Pty Ltd
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