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Jay Benson
Victor Odundo Owuor
February 11, 2019

Investing from Abroad

Fragile and conflict impacted states often suffer from a severe lack of investment capital for private sector development. Diaspora investors have the potential to play a critical role as frontier investors, providing much needed capital for economic growth and development. This report explores a va...
Laura C. Burroughs
December 05, 2018

What's the Catch? Aquaculture and Women's Economic Empowerment

Aquaculture is rapidly increasing in Lake Victoria, but will women be left behind? This brief examines gendered contributions to food security, representation in fisheries activities, and opportunities and barriers facing women in aquaculture.
Sarah M. Glaser
Colleen Devlin
Joshua E. Lambert
Ciera Villegas
Natasia Poinsatte
November 21, 2018

Fish Wars: The Causes and Consequences of Fisheries Conflict in Tanzania

Fisheries conflicts are on the rise, but we lack the information needed to predict and prevent such conflict. Fish Wars explores the frequency, intensity, and drivers of fisheries conflict in Tanzania during 1990 – 2017.
Robert Mazurek
Laura C. Burroughs
September 24, 2018

Catching Maritime Criminals: A Whole of Government Approach

Based on the Caught Red-Handed workshops, co-chaired by Secure Fisheries and the UNODC, with support from US Naval Forces Africa, this brief discusses the importance of interagency coordination in combating illegal fishing in the Indian Ocean.
Laura C. Burroughs
Sasha Egorova
Emina Šadić
Kelsey Soeth
May 01, 2018

Women in Maritime

Created for the event, “Women, Peace, and Maritime Security: Equal Opportunities in Maritime Security,” hosted by One Earth Future, the IMO, and UNODC, this report highlights women’s contributions to the maritime space and encourages diverse perspectives in decision-making to promote maritime securi...
Kaija Hurlburt
April 02, 2018

Somalia Fisheries Forum 2017 Outcome Report

This report highlights event details and key findings from the inaugural Somalia Fisheries Forum in 2017. Recommendations are made for strengthening opportunities and addressing challenges for the Somali fishing sector.
Global Alliance for Reporting Progress on Promoting Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies
April 01, 2018

The Role of the Private Sector in Support of Reporting Under SDG 16

In Sustainable Development Goal 16, UN member states committed themselves to tracking and releasing information about the closely related issues of peace, justice, inclusion, and good governance.
Laura C. Burroughs
March 08, 2018

Gender Mainstreaming

This document describes how Secure Fisheries incorporates gender into our work, explains women’s roles and challenges in the fisheries sector, and discusses the harm of gender-blind fisheries development.
Tim Cashion
Sarah M. Glaser
Lo Persson
Paige M. Roberts
Dirk Zeller
January 01, 2018

Fisheries in Somali Waters

In this report, we update our report Securing Somali Fisheries with new estimates of fish catch by domestic and foreign vessels in Somali waters. Done in partnership with Sea Around Us at the University of British Columbia.
Curtis Bell
Ben Lawellin
Alexandra Amling
Jay Benson
Sasha Egorova
John Filitz
Maisie Pigeon
Paige Roberts
May 01, 2017

Stable Seas: Somali Waters

This report shows how complex issues like illegal fishing, coastal violence, and human trafficking intersect to create a uniquely insecure maritime environment in Somali waters.
Paige M. Roberts
Laura C. Burroughs
Robert Mazurek
March 13, 2017

An Exploration of Fisheries Management Agencies in East Africa

This report compares and contrasts approaches to fisheries governance in Mozambique, Eritrea, Tanzania, Kenya, and Seychelles to assess different methods for achieving sustainable fisheries through policy and law.
Ryan Kennedy
David Lazer
Stefan Wojcik
February 03, 2017

Improving Election Prediction Internationally

Assumptions underlying election result predictions have been encountering wide criticism. This study, published in the journal Science, reports the results of a multiyear program to predict direct executive elections in a variety of countries from globally pooled data.