Collaborative Sustainable Innovation

co-designing small-scale fisheries governance approaches

Publications

Peer reviewed publications

Brennan R. (forthcoming). Reflections on methodological tensions in doing qualitative research at the science-policy-community interface. In Gustavsson M., White C., Phillipson J. and Ounanian K. (Eds.) Researching People and the Sea: methodologies and traditions. Palgrave Macmillan: London.

Fitzpatrick M., Brennan R. and Jackson E. 2020. From protest to participation: Learning from experience in Irish inshore fisheries management. In Pascual-Fernández J.J, Pita C and Bavinck M (Eds) Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance. Springer: Dordrecht, 307-327.

Fisheries media

Brennan R. 2020.Thinking about Ireland’s National Marine Planning Framework through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Skipper, July issue. (Print version here. Web version here)

Brennan R. 2020. Women in small-scale fisheries will implement the new EU fisheries control system – why is nobody asking them what they think? The Skipper, June issue. (Print version here Web version here)

Brennan R. 2020. Women in fisheries fly their flags in Brussels.The Skipper, April issue. (Print version here. Web version here)

Policy submissions

Brennan R. 2020. National Marine Planning Framework Consultation Draft Submission of the Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities, Trinity College Dublin.

Brennan R. 2019. Critical reflections on 21 November 2019 Dáil Éireann Debate on the Island Fisheries (Heritage Licence) Bill 2017.

Brennan R. 2019. Marine Planning Policy Statement Submission, Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities, Trinity College Dublin.

Brennan R. 2018. National Marine Planning Framework Submission, Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities, Trinity College Dublin.

Brennan R. 2018 Statement to Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine re: the Island Fisheries (Heritage Licence) Bill 2017. Leinster House, Dublin.