A digitised version of ICSF library, with more than 2000 original documents and 12,000+ curated links, collected over the last 33 years The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) is an international non-governmental organization that works towards the establishment of equitable, gender-just,self-reliant and sustainable fisheries, particularly in the small-scale, artisanal sector.

Items where Author is "Akintola, Shehu Latunji"

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Fakoya, Kafayat and Akintola, Shehu Latunji (2020) A Heavy blow: More than the covid-19 pandemic itself, the lockdowns to prevent its spread have harder hit Nigeria’s unorganized small-scale fishers. Samudra Report (83). pp. 49-52. ISSN 0973 1121

Fakoya, Kafayat and Akintola, Shehu Latunji (2019) Tenure rights: In Nigeria, waterfront communities, whose livelihoods are predominantly dependent on fishing and related activities, live under constant fear of eviction. Samudra Report (81). pp. 13-15. ISSN 0973 1121


Isaacs, Moenieba and Onyango, Paul and Akintola, Shehu Latunji (2020) Small-scale fisheries in Africa: A Regional portrait. TBTI Global Publication Series . Too Big To Ignore (TBTI), Canada.

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