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Project archive Slow Fish

Our activities in 2018

  • Terra Madres Salone del Gusto on the theme of "Food for Change" as a joint reflection on our eating habits.
  • 5th edition of Slow Fish Tigri in Sidi Bounouar on the Atlantic coast of Morocco
  • Event in Bizerte, Tunisia, on the question "How can artisanal fishing and the marine environment be protected by responsible gastronomy?
  • Slow Fish Tanganyika Day
  • interactive World Café-style conference at Slow Fish San Francisco
  • Slow Fish Canada has launched a campaign against the Canadian government's plans to privatize fish stocks
  • Slow Food Melbourne organizes 'Slow Fish Festival: SAVE OUR SEAFOOD
  • Slow Fish North America develops a series of webinars to combat seafood fraud

Our activities in 2017

  • Slow Fish Genoa, e.g. with Workshop Low Impact Fishers of Europe (LIFE)
  • Slow Fish Northern Seas initiates meetings of fish traders in Belgium and the UK, Denmark and Galicia, Spain
  • two new Presidia in France (Antibes, La Seyne sur Mer)
  • new Presidium in Tunisia with traditional fishing techniques in the Kerkennah archipelago
  • Slow Fish Canada launches a petition to reform fisheries law.
  • new Presidia in Denmark (Thorup Strand Small-Scale Fishing) as well as in Mexico (Spiny Lobster from Banco Chinchorro and Sian Ka'an).
  • Strengthening the network through intensive communication.

Our activities in 2016

  • Terra Madre, Salone del Gusto, Turin 2016 first time in public space
  • Slow Fish Africa was officially launched as a regional Slow Fish Network
  • Slow Fish 2016 in North America: More than 200 fishermen, chefs, scientists, activists and students from 20 US states
  • The network in Brazil has taken the first steps for two new Slow Food Presidia
  • In collaboration with the Aalborg Convivium, Slow Food organized the "SLOW MEAT meets SLOW FISH" event in Thorup Strand, Denmark
  • In 2016, Slow Food paid special attention to the project Ark of Taste

Our activities in 2015

  • The program of the Slow Fish international network addresses the topics of commons, privatization and governance
  • 80 participants joined Slow Fish 2015 in Genoa
  • Conducting numerous events
  • Slow Fish at Terra Madre Indigenous in India
  • Slow Fish events in Asia, Canada, USA and South Pacific

Our activities in 2014

  • Website has 216,000 visitors, Facebook group 820 members
  • Slow Fish Network Northern Seas completed the work on the manifesto
  • Workshop program on fishing on the Terra-Madre in Turin
  • Slow Fish events in the Netherlands, Spain, Canada, USA and South Pacific

Our activities in 2013

  • Establishment of a 'fast response' group to respond quickly to information and news from politics and the industry
  • Slow Fish events in Genoa, Istanbul, New England, Ecuador, Brazil
  • Formation of Slow Fish Canada
  • Establishment of new Presidi
  • Internal training for Slow Food employees
  • Website has 163,000 visitors, Facebook group 530 members

Our activities in 2012

  • Website expansion, 65,000 visitors, Facebook group 250 members
  • Expansion of the network especially in Europe and North and South America
  • More and more Slow Fish countries and localities are focusing on fisheries
  • The Terra Madre event Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre brought together about 90 delegates