Marine Bioresources - 8 > 12 octobre 2018
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      • Le 14/09/2018
      • PROGRAMME OF THE SESSION: "S1 - She4Sea workshop: good practices in gender equality in the Atlantic maritime economy "

      • Tuesday 9 october a.m. | Room 5
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      • Organised by: Atlantic Arc Cities, Brest métropole

        Keywords: women in maritime affairs

        (Session in English)

        The workshop will consist in short and interactive presentations from each speaker both about the project and on personal experiences of women in the Atlantic maritime affairs. The aim of this workshop is to promote gender equality showing good practice while obtaining new ideas through brainstorming, exchanges and knowledge transfer in the context of the Atlantic Maritime Strategy.

         

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        Welcome Coffee : 10.00 - 10.30

         

        10.30 -12.00

         

        Round Table :

         

        President(s) :

        Frédérique BONNARD LE FLOC’H, Vice President of Brest metropole in charge of European policies

         

        Moderator :

        Tamara ESPINEIRA, Secretary-General « Villes Atlantiques », former C.A.A.C (Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities)

         

        Speakers :

         

        Sylvie GUERRY GAZEAU, Vice President of Communauté d’agglomération de La Rochelle in charge of Communication


        Karine OLU, Ifremer, Brest-Plouzané, France

        Researcher in deep ocean ecosystems for 20 years : impact of human activities such as deep sea mining, oil and gas exploitation, deep sea fishing. Several oceanographic campaigns (about one yearly) in Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans.  Training of students (Master, Thesis) who are more and more women.


        Céline LIRET, Oceanopolis, Brest, France

        Scientific director of Oceanopolis, aquarium and centre for scientific information

         

        Fabienne BRESDIN, manager, Ocealys, Brest-Plouzané, France

        Creator of the seaweed based cosmetics products, Ocealys,

         

        Scarlett LE CORRE, aquaculturist and manager of Alguerie company, Le Guilvinec, Brittany, France

        Involved in various sectors of the marine bioresources industries : small scale fisherwoman, seaweed aquaculturist, small scale fishermen local representative, and manager of a small fish processing and sale company.

         

        1 representative from Galicia Region (to be confirmed)

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Organised by
  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
With the support of
  • Union Européenne
  • Région Bretagne
  • Caisse des dépôts

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