The Marine Socio-Economics Network

14 July 2012

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The Marine Socio-Economics Network (MSEN) brings together key staff from the MSEP partners twice per year to provide a space for information sharing, coordination, strategic planning and dialogue among NGOs who share common principles and objectives.

The MSEN fosters discussion, experience-sharing and cooperation between NGOs to better combine the social, economic, political and environmental aspects of marine conservation and fisheries policies into their on-going plans and strategies for policy development and advocacy implementation approaches.

Current membership includes staff from WWF, MCS, RSPB and The Wildlife Trusts but has included other NGOs, regulators and sectors according to their interest in various topics. 

The network was formally launched on June 13th 2012.

Presentations from the Theory of Change workshop in 2013 

The workshop in June 2013 used a Theory of Change framework to review the work we are undertaking in terms of their contribution to delivering the outcomes we want to see. Throughout the workshop we looked at “barriers” and “enablers”, reviewed where we were succeeding and where less so, and reviewed necessary actions and gaps which we can help fill or add value to. The presentations can be found here.  

icon CSP presentation MSEN (495.36 kB)

icon PANACHE Presentation (1.23 MB)

icon Workshop June 2013 FINAL (1.7 MB)

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