GIFS Toolkit 21st Century Catch: University of Brighton a key author on Governance, Education, Participatory chapters, Hastings case study chapter and general editorial
GIFS Interactive Map: governance, education, participatory methods, Hastings case study content
NEAFO final report chapter on Hastings workshops: Kenter, J.O., Reed, M. S., Irvine, K.N., O'Brien, E., Brady, E., Bryce, R., Christie, M., Church, A., Cooper, N., Davies, A., Hockley, N., Fazey, I., Jobstvogt, N., Molloy, C., Orchard-Webb, J., Ravenscroft, N., Ryan, M., Watson, V. (2014) UK National Ecosystem Assessment follow-on phase, technical report: Shared, Plural and Cultural Values of Ecosystems. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge.
Governance findings position paper: “Inshore fisheries: too important to ignore?”
Final report Activity 1.2 Governance: “GIFS Activity 1.2 FINAL REPORT: Coastal zone governance and Inshore Fishing: Inshore Fishing Community Governance Case Studies”
Final report Activity 3.4 education: “Fisheries led and based alternative education” (includes two additional supporting reports from scoping and educationalist pilot work)
CUPP University of Brighton impact publication: “Inshore fisheries research co-design and collaboration in delivery.”
“Regenerating Hastings: The place for fishing, learning and tourism in a maritime environment”: conference co-developed, chaired, facilitated by University of Brighton GIFS team.