The CFRN is hosting fishermen and researchers from the Netherlands, Italy and Spain on May 14-17 in St. Andrews. The delegation is part of a European research project called GAP2, which brings together scientists, fishermen and policy makers on collaborative approaches for sustainable fisheries management. The meeting in St. Andrews is the first part of an exchange that will see members of the CFRN travel to the Netherlands in June. Participants will share experiences, lessons learned, and best practices for collaborative participatory research. 

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